The Line up for the Aegon Championships

9 days, 10 hours and 34 minutes.

That’s how long is left until the Aegon Championships begin. Excitement is rising exponentially and all anyone seems to talk about who’s playing.  With Jamie Murray and Soares already confirmed in the men’s doubles line up; Andy Murray’s recent wildcard entry alongside Colin Fleming is sure to shake things up.

And if that wasn’t exciting enough, 14 of the world’s top 30 singles male players are confirmed to take part.

Everyone needs a favourite and to help you choose, we’ve set out all the players against each other: their rankings, their wins – everything you need to pick your winner is right here!

You’re so welcome.

ANDY MURRAY

2016 French Open - Day Eight If the UK star wins this year, he will become the Aegon Championship’s most successful player.
Rank: 2
Age: 29
Plays: right-handed, two-handed, backhand
Titles: 36

STAN WAWRINKA

Stan Wawrinka of Switzerland reacts during the Men's Singles fourth round match against Viktor Troicki of Serbia on day eight of the 2016 French Open at Roland Garros on May 29, 2016 in Paris, France Winner of the 2014 Australian Open and 2015 French Open, there is a reason why he’s nicknamed ‘Stan the Man’.
Rank: 4
Age: 31
Plays: Right-handed, one-handed, backhand
Titles: 14

JO-WILFRED TSONGA

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France reacts during the Men's Singles second round match against Marcos Baghdatis of Cyprus on day five of the 2016 French Open at Roland Garros on May 26, 2016 in Paris, France Started his career with a bang by defeating Rafael Nadal as an unseeded player in the semi-finals of the 2008 Australian Open.
Rank: 7
Age: 31
Plays: Right-handed, two-handed, backhand
Titles: 12

MILOS RAONIC

Milos Raonic of Canada celebrates match point against Damir Dzumhur of Bosnia and Herzegovina during the Miami Open presented by Itau at Crandon Park Tennis Center on March 29, 2016 in Key Biscayne, Florida Raonic holds the title for the highest-ranked Canadian player of all time!
Rank: 9
Age: 25
Plays: Right-handed, two-handed, backhand
Titles: 8

MARIN CILIC

Marin Cilic of Croatia reacts after winning a point in his match against Richard Gasquet of France at Indian Wells Tennis Garden on March 16, 2016 in Indian Wells, California At 6 feet 6 inches, Marin Cilic takes joint position for the title of tallest man to win a Grand Slam.
Rank: 10
Age: 27
Plays: Right-handed, two-handed, backhand
Titles: 14

RICHARD GASQUET

Richard Gasquet of France reacts during the Men's Singles fourth round match against Kei Nishikori of Japan on day eight of the 2016 French Open at Roland Garros on May 29, 2016 in Paris, France Winner of the bronze medal at the 2012 Olympics, we’re set to see a lot from the French tennis player.
Rank: 12
Age: 29
Plays: Right-handed, one-handed, backhand
Titles: 13

ROBERTO BAUTISTA AGUT

Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain celebrates victory during the Men's Singles third round match against Borna Coric of Croatia on day seven of the 2016 French Open at Roland Garros on May 28, 2016 in Paris, France Bautista Agut won the 2014 ATP award for most improved player.
Rank: 16
Age: 28
Plays: Right-handed, two-handed, backhand
Titles: 4

JOHN ISNER

John Isner of the United States reacts during the Men's Singles second round match against Kyle Edmund of Great Britain on day four of the 2016 French Open at Roland Garros on May 25, 2016 in Paris, France Famed for winning the longest ever game of tennis played in history during the 2010 Championships at Wimbledon.
Rank: 17
Age: 31
Plays: Right-handed, two-handed, backhand
Titles: 10

GILES SIMON

Gilles Simon of France reacts during the Men's Singles third round match against Viktor Troicki of Serbia on day six of the 2016 French Open at Roland Garros on May 27, 2016 in Paris, France Simon has won 12 tournaments on the ATP World Tour to date.
Rank: 18
Age: 31
Plays: Right-handed, two-handed, backhand
Titles: 12

BENOIT PAIRE

Benoit Paire of France reacts during the men's singles semi final match against Kei Nishikori of Japan on Day Six of the Rakuten Open 2015 at Ariake Colosseum on October 10, 2015 in Tokyo, Japan Made his Grand Slam debut just one year after he turned professional.
Rank: 21
Age: 27
Plays: Right-handed, two-handed, backhand
Titles: 1

NICK KYRGIOS

Nick Kyrgios of Australia reacts during the Men's Singles second round match against Igor Sijsling of Netherlands on day four of the 2016 French Open at Roland Garros on May 25, 2016 in Paris, France In 2014, Kyrgios was the youngest man in the men’s draw of a Grand Slam. He was also the first player ranked outside the top 100 to defeat a world #1 during a Grand Slam.
Rank: 19
Age: 21
Plays: Right-handed, two-handed, backhand
Titles: 1

BERNARD TOMIC

Bernard Tomic of Australiacelebrates winning his match against Jack Sock of the United States during the Davis Cup tie between Australia and the United States at Kooyong on March 4, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia Ranked as Australia’s #2 (behind Kyrgios), Tomic is having his most successful season so far.
Rank: 22
Age: 23
Plays: Right-handed, two-handed, backhand
Titles: 3

FELICIANO LOPEZ

Feliciano Lopez of Spain celebrates a point in his third round match against John Isner of the United States during day six of the 2016 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 23, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia Out of all the players on the tour, Lopez has played in the most 5 set matches that have gone past 6–6.
Rank: 23
Age: 34
Plays: Right-handed, one-handed, backhand
Titles: 4

ALEXANDR DOLGOPOLOV

Alexandr Dolgopolov of the Ukraine reacts against Sam Groth of Australia during their Men's Singles First Round match on Day One of the 2015 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on August 31, 2015 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City By defeating Rafael Nadal at Indian Wells in 2014, Dolgopolov became the first Ukranian tennis player to defeat a reigning World #1.
Rank: 30
Age: 27
Plays: Right-handed, two-handed, backhand
Titles: 2

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