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2005 Apr 28 - Roddick to defend at Queen's

Andy Roddick will attempt to claim his third successive Stella Artois Championships crown at Queen's Club on the 6-12 June.

If successful, he will join the exclusive club of only three players who have won three titles; Lleyton Hewitt, John McEnroe and Boris Becker.

Lleyton Hewitt is in the line-up for this years pre-Wimbledon event and will be looking to regain the crown he won in successive years from 2000-2002, before Andy Roddick's recent domination.

Also now confirmed are Sebastien Grosjean - who has been the defeated finalist to Andy Roddick in both 2003 and 2004 - and French tennis sensation Richard Gasquet.

And the giant Croatian Mario Ancic who defeated Tim Henman in the Wimbledon quarter-finals last year may have another opportunity to defeat the British No.1 in London as he has also accepted his invitation.

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2005 Apr 05 - Becker v McEnroe at Queen's


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