In tennis at the Queens tournement how many sets do the men play per game?

In men's tennis, the maximum number of sets in a match is 5 (three for women).

The first player to win 6 games usually wins a set. But one player must be 2 games ahead to win the set if the score becomes five-games-all. So a player must win the set 7-5 or 8-6 or 9-7 and so on.

Lawn Tennis Association is the governing body for British tennis. Visit LTA.org.uk for essential information on playing, coaching and watching tennis in the UK.

There have been 7 different players to complete the Queen's Club-Wimbledon title double in the same year since its inception in 1979:

John McEnroe (81, 84)

Jimmy Connors (82)

Boris Becker (85)

Pete Sampras (95, 99)

Lleyton Hewitt (2002)

Rafael Nadal (2008)

Andy Murray (2013).

Andy Murray became the first three-time British champion since Francis Gordon Lowe (1913-14, '25). Grigor Dimitrov won the tournament in 2014. That was his first grass-court title.

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