Cinch Championships 2023 livestream: How to watch Queen’s Club for free

TL;DR: Livestream the Queen’s Club Championships 2023 on BBC iPlayer for free or with a 30-day Amazon Prime trial.

Roland Garros was everything we wanted, but now we want more. Wimbledon may be just around the corner, but the first real test on grass takes place in West Kensington in June each year.

We’ve got all the information you need to watch this year’s Queen’s Club Championships for free.

What are the Queen’s Club Championships?

The Queen’s Club Championships (currently advertised as the Cinch Championships after their title sponsor) is an annual tournament for male tennis players. The event takes place on grass pitches at The Queen’s Club in West Kensington, London.

This is the 120th edition of the Queen’s Club Championships. Andy Murray has won a record five titles between 2009 and 2016, but the current champion is Matteo Berrettini.

When are the Queen’s Club Championships in 2023?

Qualification for this year’s competition begins on June 17th. The main draw starts on June 19th and runs until June 25th.

The timing (and surface) of the Queen’s Club Championships make them a popular choice for Wimbledon prep, as some of the game’s biggest names will step onto the pitch in 2023: Matteo Berrettini, Carlos Alcaraz, Holger Rune and Andy Murray this one join year.

Here’s how to watch the UK Queen’s Club Championships for free

The exciting news for tennis fans in the UK is that you can watch the Queen’s Club Championships online for free.

The tournament will be broadcast on BBC iPlayer and Prime Video. If you are based in the UK, you can watch BBC iPlayer completely free. You don’t need to have an Amazon Prime subscription to stream the Queen’s Club Championships on Prime Video. You can watch it for free with a 30-day free trial(opens in a new tab) from Amazon Prime. It just depends on the timing.

You can sign up for a 30-day trial of Amazon Prime(opens in a new tab) to watch the Queen’s Club Championships for free if you have not been an Amazon Prime member in the last 12 months. The only thing to watch out for is that your subscription will automatically renew at full price at the end of the promotional period. However, you can cancel this feature at any time, so there are no costs. Just don’t forget to cancel.

So you can watch the Queen’s Club Championships from anywhere in the world for free

If you want to watch the tournament on BBC iPlayer but are not based in the UK, you will need to use a VPN to bypass geo-restrictions. These cybersecurity services can hide your real IP address and connect you to a secure server in another country, allowing you to stream Queen’s Club Championships for free from anywhere in the world.

You can watch BBC iPlayer from anywhere in the world by following these simple steps:

  1. Sign up for a streaming-friendly service like ExpressVPN(opens in a new tab)

  2. Download the app to the device of your choice (the best VPNs offer apps for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Linux, and more)

  3. Open the app and connect to a UK server

  4. Connect to BBC iPlayer

  5. Follow the Queen’s Club Championships from anywhere in the world

The best VPNs for streaming (like ExpressVPN(opens in a new tab)) aren’t free, but they usually offer fairly generous money-back guarantees. By utilizing these guarantees, you can unblock BBC iPlayer without spending your money entirely.

A one-year subscription to ExpressVPN(opens in a new tab) is on sale for £82.82 and includes three extra months free – 49% off for a limited time. This plan also includes one year of free unlimited cloud backup and a 30-day money-back guarantee. You can register to watch the Queen’s Club Championships and get your investment back easily after the race.

Watch the Queen’s Club Championships for free with ExpressVPN.

Zack Zwiezen

Zack Zwiezen is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Zack Zwiezen joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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