THE grasscourt is back upon us and Andy Murray will be in action on Wednesday after missing the French Open through injury.
Murray is likely to face Nicholas Mahut, an expert on the surface who knocked out the Scot at Queen's last year.
However, having had the benefit of an extra week or so's practise on the grass after missing the French clay Murray should be in good shape to make a run at the tournament.
Whether he can go all the way is another matter and odds of 7-4 with Ladbrokes and Coral aren't that attractive.
Tomas Berdych is second favourite at 11-2 (various) ahead of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga who I might have fancied had it not been for the tame exit he made in the semis of the French to David Ferrer having previously beaten Roger Federer.
Tsonga is 6-1 but the man who could be worth an each-way punt is another big server Juan del Potro who is 8-1 at Skybet.
Queen's often throws up shocks though so don't go too daft and maybe pay attention to the comments made by Ellis. He wants to do some tipping on sports such as tennis, darts and cricket so let's see what he's got.
As I said earlier the site will be changing in the close season and with Milesey away we'll be looking at bringing in a new racing tipster.
In the meantime check out Ellis's tennis tips when they go on and don't be too hard on them if they don't all win.