LONDON (AP) — The first day of the Queen’s Club grass court tournament has been wiped out by rain.
With 16 first-round matches postponed and showers predicted for the rest of the week, the Wimbledon warmup could be facing a Monday final for a second straight year. Britain’s Andy Murray beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France in the 2011 final.
Murray is the top seed this year, with Tsonga second.
The top eight seeds, including four-time champion Andy Roddick, have byes into the second round.
Another four-time champion, Lleyton Hewitt, received a wild card and is scheduled to face 2005 runner-up Ivo Karlovic in the first round.
Roddick and Hewitt will team up for doubles for the first time.