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Facts & Figures

 Cilic
Cilic In Form - Marin Cilic was attempting to retain the title, having won his first grass-court crown last year (d. Nalbandian). He dropped to 1-9 lifetime against Andy Murray in their FedEx ATP Head2Head series.
 Hewitt
Hewitt Battles To SFs - Four-time former titlist Lleyton Hewitt was trying to become the oldest player to the Aegon Championships title. The oldest winner remains Jimmy Connors, at 30 years, 284 days, in 1983.
 Tsonga
Tsonga Performs Well - Jo-Wilfried Tsonga lost to Andy Murray 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 in the semi-finals. It was a repeat of the 2011 final.

Draws & Order of Play

Murray 

Murray Wins Third Title 
Andy Murray won his 27th tour-level title and third trophy at the Aegon Championships (also 2009, 2011) with a 5-7, 7-5, 6-3 win over Marin Cilic in The Queen’s Club final. Murray then headlined the ‘Rally For Cancer’, an exhibition raising money for the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. Murray’s coach Ivan Lendl, Tomas Berdych and Tim Henman also took part.

Draws and Order of Play

Singles
Doubles
Singles Qualifying (PDF)

Past Champions
Year Draws Singles Doubles
2013 S|D Andy Murray Bob Bryan / Mike Bryan
2012 S|D Marin Cilic Max Mirnyi / Daniel Nestor
2011 S|D Andy Murray Bob Bryan / Mike Bryan
2010 S|D Sam Querrey Novak Djokovic / Jonathan Erlich
2009 S|D Andy Murray Wesley Moodie / Mikhail Youzhny
2008 S|D Rafael Nadal Daniel Nestor / Nenad Zimonjic
2007 S|D Andy Roddick Mark Knowles / Daniel Nestor
2006 S|D Lleyton Hewitt Paul Hanley / Kevin Ullyett
2005 S|D Andy Roddick Bob Bryan / Mike Bryan
2004 S|D Andy Roddick Bob Bryan / Mike Bryan
2003 S|D Andy Roddick Mark Knowles / Daniel Nestor
2002 S|D Lleyton Hewitt Wayne Black / Kevin Ullyett
2001 S|D Lleyton Hewitt Bob Bryan / Mike Bryan
2000 S|D Lleyton Hewitt Todd Woodbridge / Mark Woodforde
1999 S|D Pete Sampras Sebastien Lareau / Alex O'Brien
1998 S|D Scott Draper Jonas Bjorkman / Patrick Rafter
1997 S|D Mark Philippoussis Mark Philippoussis / Patrick Rafter
1996 S|D Boris Becker Todd Woodbridge / Mark Woodforde
1995 S|D Pete Sampras Todd Martin / Pete Sampras
1994 S|D Todd Martin Jan Apell / Jonas Bjorkman
1993 S|D Michael Stich Todd Woodbridge / Mark Woodforde
1992 S|D Wayne Ferreira John Fitzgerald / Anders Jarryd
1991 S|D Stefan Edberg Todd Woodbridge / Mark Woodforde
1990 S|D Ivan Lendl Jeremy Bates / Kevin Curren
1989 S|D Ivan Lendl Darren Cahill / Mark Kratzmann
1988 S|D Boris Becker Ken Flach / Robert Seguso
1987 S|D Boris Becker Guy Forget / Yannick Noah
1986 S|D Tim Mayotte Kevin Curren / Guy Forget
1985 S|D Boris Becker Ken Flach / Robert Seguso
1984 S|D John McEnroe Pat Cash / Paul McNamee
1983 S|D Jimmy Connors Brian Gottfried / Paul McNamee
1982 S|D Jimmy Connors John McEnroe / Peter Rennert
1981 S|D John McEnroe Pat Dupre / Brian Teacher
1980 S|D John McEnroe Rod Frawley / Geoff Masters
1979 S|D John McEnroe Tim Gullikson / Tom Gullikson
1978 S|D Tony Roche Bob Hewitt / Frew McMillan
1977 S|D Raul Ramirez Anand Amritraj / Vijay Amritraj
1973 S|D Ilie Nastase Tom Okker / Marty Riessen
1972 S|D Jimmy Connors Jim McManus / Jim Osborne
1971 S|D Stan Smith Tom Okker / Marty Riessen
1970 S|D Rod Laver Tom Okker / Marty Riessen
1969 S|D Fred Stolle Owen Davidson / Dennis Ralston
Singles Players
# Player W-L Best Finish
1 Andy Murray (GBR) 19-4 W-'13,11,09
2 Tomas Berdych (CZE) 2-2 Q-'13
3 Juan Martin Del Potro (ARG) 5-3 Q-'13
4 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) 10-4 F-'11
5 Marin Cilic (CRO) 16-5 W-'12
6 Sam Querrey (USA) 14-5 W-'10
7 Alexandr Dolgopolov (UKR) 1-1 R16-'13
8 Kevin Anderson (RSA) 7-5 Q-'12
9 Benoit Paire (FRA) 1-2 R32-'13
10 Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) 7-5 S-'12
11 Julien Benneteau (FRA) 6-9 R16-'12,10
12 Lukas Rosol (CZE) 3-2 R16-'12
13 Jarkko Nieminen (FIN) 2-3 R32-'13,03
14 Denis Istomin (UZB) 5-5 R16-'10
15 Pablo Andujar (ESP) 0-2 R64-'13,09
16 Grega Zemlja (SLO) 2-1 R16-'13
Doubles Players
# Player W-L Best Finish
1 Bryan / Bryan 32-9 W-'13,11,05,04,01
2 Lindstedt / Nestor 0-1 R16-'13
3 Bhupathi / Bopanna 2-3 S-'13
4 Peya / Soares 3-1 F-'13
5 Fleming / Marray 1-1 Q-'13
6 Benneteau / Zimonjic 2-1 S-'13
7 Dodig / Melo 0-1 R16-'13
8 Hanley / Matkowski 0-1 R16-'13
Points/Prize Money (Singles)
  Points Prize €
 W 250 90,100
 F 150 51,300
 SF 90 29,610
 QF 45 17,430
 R16 20 10,160
 R32 10 6,175
 R56 0 3,755
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 Q 5  
 Q3 3 1,180
 Q2 0 565
 Q1 0 0
Points/Prize Money (Doubles)
  Points Prize €
 W 250 33,310
 F 150 17,730
 SF 90 9,670
 QF 45 5,700
 R16 3,440
 R24 2,090
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