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There is a little break between the French Open and the Wimbledon, and that’s when the ATP London doubles tournament is held. However, this competition is not less notable than its predecessor and successor. ATP London (known also as the Queen’s Club Championships) is among those few prestigious tennis tournaments, which take place on a grass court. In addition to that, the competition is among the oldest tennis events in the world. So, if you want to place some winning bets on tennis, you definitely shouldn’t miss the ATP London!

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Tournament format

According to the current format, 16 pairs take part in each Queen’s Club doubles competition. But before the tournament starts, a qualifying competition is held. Four pairs, two of which are seeds, are trying to qualify for the competition proper. However, only the winners of the qualifiers enter the tournament (the runners-up sometimes also enter as lucky losers). The other participants enter the ATP London directly or get the wildcards (there are usually 2 wildcarded pairs). Some pairs can also ask for a protected ranking. The other ways of qualification, which are common for the other tennis events, are rare for the Queen’s Club doubles tournament.

In the competition proper, 4 pairs with the highest rankings are seeds. However, they get no byes and start playing on the 1st round. The ATP London schedule consists of four stages — the first round, quarter- and semi-finals, and then a final. The competition table is not divided into parts. All matches, including the Queen’s tennis final, consist of two sets and a tiebreak (optionally).

The winners of the Queen’s tennis final get 500 points, while the finalists get 300. The semi- and quarter-finalists are awarded 180 and 90 points respectively. Moreover, all the participants, which leave the tournament not earlier than the round of 16, get the appropriate prize rewards.

The best Queen’s tennis doubles results

Since the beginning of the Open Era, some participants have managed to win the Queen’s tennis doubles competition more than once. The most famous top-scorers are:

  • Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde, Australia (1991, 1993, 1996, 1998 (shared title), 2000);
  • Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan, the USA (2001, 2004, 2005, 2011, 2013);
  • Daniel Nestor, Canada (2003 and 2007 with Mark Knowles, 2008 with Nenad Zimonjic, 2012 with Max Mirnyi);
  • Tom Okker (the Netherlands) and Marty Riessen (the USA) (1970, 1971, 1973).

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