2009 Aegon Championships

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2009 Aegon Championships
Date8 June – 14 June
CategoryATP World Tour 250
SurfaceGrass / outdoor
LocationLondon, England
VenueQueen's Club
United Kingdom Andy Murray
South Africa Wesley Moodie / Russia Mikhail Youzhny
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Andy Murray the first Briton to win the tournament since Bunny Austin in 1938
American James Blake finished runner-up in London for the second time after 2006

The 2009 Aegon Championships (also known traditionally as the Queen's Club Championships) was a tennis tournament played on outdoor grass courts. It was the 107th edition of the event and was part of the ATP World Tour 250 series of the 2009 ATP World Tour. It took place at the Queen's Club in London, England, United Kingdom, from 8–14 June 2009.

The singles draw was headlined by Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) World Tour Number 3, US Open and Indian Wells runner-up, Doha, Rotterdam and Miami champion Andy Murray, Memphis winner, Australian Open semifinalist and four-time Queen's Club champion Andy Roddick, and Australian Open quarterfinalist Gilles Simon. Also present were Acapulco runner-up, French Open quarterfinalist Gaël Monfils, Chennai and Zagreb winner Marin Čilić, James Blake, Marat Safin and Mardy Fish.

The doubles draw was led by reigning Wimbledon champions, Rotterdam, Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Rome and Madrid winners Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjić. Other seeded partnerships were 2008 US Open and 2009 Australian Open champions Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan, Bruno Soares and Kevin Ullyett, and Mariusz Fyrstenberg and Marcin Matkowski.



United Kingdom Andy Murray defeated United States James Blake, 7–5, 6–4

  • It was Murray's 4th title of the year and 12th of his career. It was his first of five Queen's Club Championships titles.


South Africa Wesley Moodie / Russia Mikhail Youzhny defeated Brazil Marcelo Melo / Brazil André Sá, 6–4, 4–6, [10–6]



Nationality Ranking* Seeding
Andy Murray United Kingdom Great Britain 3 1
Andy Roddick United States United States 6 2
Gilles Simon France France 7 3
Gaël Monfils France France 10 4
Marin Čilić Croatia Croatia 13 5
James Blake  United States 16 6
Marat Safin Russia Russia 22 7
Mardy Fish United States United States 24 8
Ivo Karlović Croatia Croatia 28 9
Feliciano López Spain Spain 30 10
Paul-Henri Mathieu France France 35 11
Jérémy Chardy France France 39 12
Ernests Gulbis Latvia Latvia 40 13
Mikhail Youzhny Russia Russia 42 14
Lleyton Hewitt Australia Australia 48 15
Guillermo García-López Spain Spain 50 16

* Seedings are based on the rankings as of 25 May 2009

Other entrants[edit]

The following players received wildcards into the main draw:

The following players received entry from the qualifying draw:

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