World No 2 and top seed Andy Murray faces Croatian Marin Cilic in the final of the Aegon Championships at Queen's Club on Sunday 16 June. The Scot was the champion here in 2009 and 2011 and will want a hat-trick of titles to take him into the Wimbledon Championships, scheduled to start next week.
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Play is scheduled to start at 12pm BST. Live coverage will be available on British Eurosport. Live coverage on BBC One and BBC One HD starts at 12.20pm BST. Radio commentary will be available on BBC Radio 5 live.
Murray pulled off an impressive three-set comeback win over Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in his semi-final. The 28-year-old fourth seed at the tournament took the first set 6-4 and had a good chance to avenge his 2011 final defeat. However, Murray fought back 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 to claim the win.
Tsonga would have been disappointed with the result, particularly since he squandered two break points at 3-3 in the second set. Had he taken either of those opportunities, a strong service game would have put pressure on Murray to serve to stay in the match.
And even if he had succeeded, Tsonga would still have had his service game in hand. Instead, not only did Murray hold his serve in the seventh game, he broke Tsonga's to lead 5-3. Another break, early in the decider to lead 2-1, put the seal on the win for the home favourite.
"I think most of the matches there has been patches where I played a high level, and all the matches it's been parts where, you know, I have been a little bit inconsistent or just played a couple of sloppy games," Murray said after the win.
Meanwhile, in his semi-final, Cilic was forced to contend with rain in his effort to beat former Wimbledon champion Lleyton Hewitt.
Murray and Tsonga's match was also affected by rain, which delayed the start of their semi-final. Unfortunately, the second semi-final was interrupted by poor weather.
Cilic managed a 2-0 lead in the opening set before rain stopped play. The two-hour delay was then compounded by poor lighting and play was shifted to Court One, to allow the Murray-Tsonga match to be played on Centre Court; a decision that displeased Hewitt.
Nevertheless, when play did resume, the Australian fought hard to stay in the first set. He eventually lost 4-6. And in a see-saw battle, the 32-year-old won five straight games on his way to winning the second by the same score before being overpowered in the decider. Cilic won 6-4, 4-6, 6-2.