2015 Aegon Championships – Singles

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Singles
2015 Aegon Championships
ChampionUnited Kingdom Andy Murray
Runner-upSouth Africa Kevin Anderson
Final score6–3, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Grigor Dimitrov was the defending champion, but lost in the second round to Gilles Müller.
Andy Murray won the title, defeating Kevin Anderson in the final in straight sets.[1][2]

Seeds[edit]

  1. United Kingdom Andy Murray (Champion)
  2. Switzerland Stan Wawrinka (Second round)
  3. Canada Milos Raonic (Quarterfinals)
  4. Croatia Marin Čilić (Second round)
  5. Spain Rafael Nadal (First round)
  6. Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov (Second round)
  7. France Gilles Simon (Semifinals)
  8. Spain Feliciano López (Second round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
1 United Kingdom Andy Murray 6 77
Serbia Viktor Troicki 3 64
1 United Kingdom Andy Murray 6 6
South Africa Kevin Anderson 3 4
7 France Gilles Simon 3 78 3
South Africa Kevin Anderson 6 66 6

Top half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 United Kingdom A Murray 6 7
Q Chinese Taipei Y-h Lu 4 5 1 United Kingdom A Murray 7 6
Spain F Verdasco 3 7 77 Spain F Verdasco 5 4
Spain R Bautista Agut 6 5 64 1 United Kingdom A Murray 3 77 6
Luxembourg G Müller 65 6 77 Luxembourg G Müller 6 62 4
Russia M Youzhny 77 4 65 Luxembourg G Müller 6 77
United States S Querrey 6 3 4 6 Bulgaria G Dimitrov 4 65
6 Bulgaria G Dimitrov 4 6 6 1 United Kingdom A Murray 6 77
4 Croatia M Čilić 77 3 6 Serbia V Troicki 3 64
France A Mannarino 63 6 2 4 Croatia M Čilić 710 2 3
Serbia V Troicki 77 1 6 Serbia V Troicki 68 6 6
Q France P-H Mathieu 64 6 4 Serbia V Troicki 77 6
Q United States J Donaldson 611 4 United States J Isner 65 3
United States J Isner 713 6 United States J Isner 77 69 77
Portugal J Sousa 3 4 8 Spain F López 65 711 64
8 Spain F López 6 6

Bottom half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
7 France G Simon 66 7 6
Belgium D Goffin 78 5 2 7 France G Simon 6 6
WC Australia T Kokkinakis 63 6 6 WC Australia T Kokkinakis 4 2
France J Chardy 77 2 4 7 France G Simon 4 6 7
France R Gasquet 6 6 3 Canada M Raonic 6 3 5
Q Italy S Bolelli 1 2 France R Gasquet 4 77 1
WC United Kingdom J Ward 7 3 2 3 Canada M Raonic 6 65 6
3 Canada M Raonic 5 6 6 7 France G Simon 3 78 3
5 Spain R Nadal 3 78 4 South Africa K Anderson 6 66 6
Ukraine A Dolgopolov 6 66 6 Ukraine A Dolgopolov 3 64
Spain P Andújar 63 2 Spain G García-López 6 77
Spain G García-López 77 6 Spain G García-López 67 5
South Africa K Anderson 65 7 6 South Africa K Anderson 79 7
WC Australia L Hewitt 77 5 2 South Africa K Anderson 77 713
Australia N Kyrgios 3 4 2 Switzerland S Wawrinka 64 611
2 Switzerland S Wawrinka 6 6

Qualifying[edit]

Seeds[edit]

  1. Italy Simone Bolelli (Qualified)
  2. Chinese Taipei Lu Yen-hsun (Qualified)
  3. United States Tim Smyczek (First round)
  4. South Korea Chung Hyeon (First round)
  5. Belgium Steve Darcis (First round)
  6. Turkey Marsel İlhan (First round)
  7. Uzbekistan Denis Istomin (Qualifying competition)
  8. Serbia Dušan Lajović (First round)

Qualifiers[edit]

Qualifying draw[edit]

First qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
1 Italy Simone Bolelli 6 77
  France Lucas Pouille 3 66
1 Italy Simone Bolelli 77 6
Alt France Édouard Roger-Vasselin 64 3
Alt France Édouard Roger-Vasselin 6 65 6
8 Serbia Dušan Lajović 4 77 3

Second qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
2 Chinese Taipei Lu Yen-hsun 6 6
  Italy Luca Vanni 2 3
2 Chinese Taipei Lu Yen-hsun 78 77
7 Uzbekistan Denis Istomin 66 65
  Japan Go Soeda 61 4
7 Uzbekistan Denis Istomin 77 6

Third qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
3 United States Tim Smyczek 5 6 3
WC United States Jared Donaldson 7 3 6
WC United States Jared Donaldson 7 6
Alt Germany Tobias Kamke 5 3
Alt Germany Tobias Kamke 6 6
6 Turkey Marsel İlhan 3 4

Fourth qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
4 South Korea Chung Hyeon 1 6 3
WC France Paul-Henri Mathieu 6 3 6
WC France Paul-Henri Mathieu 6 6
WC United Kingdom Brydan Klein 3 2
WC United Kingdom Brydan Klein 6 3 79
5 Belgium Steve Darcis 4 6 67

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Andy Murray beats Kevin Anderson to win Queen's title for fourth time". Guardian. 21 June 2015. Retrieved 22 June 2015.
  2. ^ "Andy Murray beats Kevin Anderson to claim fourth Queen's title in perfect preparation for Wimbledon". Daily Mail. 21 June 2015. Retrieved 22 June 2015.