The Championships will be held two weeks before Wimbledon and will likely be the last time that many players are in action before the third Grand Slam tournament of the year.
Raonic And Kyrgios Return
Both Raonic and Kyrgios are returning to Queen's Club, after making their debut appearances last year.
Kyrgios has had a good season so far, making the top twenty in the world and winning his first title in Marseille, and will be looking to improve on his showing last year, where he lost to Stan Wawrinka in straight sets in the first round.
Raonic has been the second best player this year, in terms of points won, and he'll be a strong contender for the title in London. He'll be looking to improve on his quarterfinal showing last year, where he lost to Gilles Simon in three sets.
Both men expect themselves to do well at Queen's this year. Kyrgios has stated that he is "expecting some good results" from himself and is "pumped" to be returning to the Aegon Championships. Raonic has also stated that he is "really looking forward" to playing in the tournament.
Grand Slam Champions Already Confirmed
Kyrgios and Raonic will have some strong competition for the title at the Queen's Club, with three Grand Slam champions set to be in action.
World number two Andy Murray will arguably be the favorite for the title and will be looking for an fifth title at the tournament, and will be defending the title after defeating Kevin Anderson in the final last year.
Two-time Wimbledon champion Rafael Nadal will also be in action. The Spaniard won the title back in 2008, though has generally struggled on Grass the past few seasons, and will be looking to make amends for a first round loss to Alexandr Dolgopolov.
Stan Wawrinka will also be returning. The Swiss star reached the semifinals back in 2014, losing to eventual champion Grigor Dimitrov, though lost to eventual finalist Kevin Anderson last year and will be looking for a strong won as he looks to prepare to make it past the quarterfinals at Wimbledon for the first time.