- Marin Cilic v Novak Djokovic in Men's Singles Final
- Jamie Murray (GB) & Bruno Soares v Henri Kontinen & John Peers in doubles final
Phew, that was a marathon final at Queen's which swung both ways. You would expect both these boys from the Balkans to go deep at Wimbledon.
That wraps up our live text commentary from Queen's. However, if you are still hungry for more tennis action then we have live coverage of the doubles final for you.
Great Britain's Jamie Murray and Brazilian partner Bruno Soares take on Henri Kontinen and John Peers. You can follow the live stream on this page or via the red button on your television.
Thanks for your texts and tweets. See you again tomorrow when we will have a live text commentary of Andy Murray's first-round match against Stan Wawrinka from Eastbourne.
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Realalescouser: When was the last time Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic (if ever) lost in a final on the same day?
Lee Fergusson: Well done Marin Cilic!! Great comeback and Win!
Charlene Beedie: No, no! Gutted for Novak Djokovic.
Former GB Davis Cup captain on BBC Two
Novak Djokovic has just blinked in the tie-break and it cost him. He played so well and a few years ago he would have closed that match out.
Novak's group will talk about the positives and look forward to the best of five sets. If he wins the first few rounds without much difficulty he will be a threat because of his physicality. Eventually he will realise this was a good start to his comeback.
Seven-time Grand Slam doubles champion on BBC Two
You feel for Novak Djokovic. He just got a little tired. Marin Cilic is a good player, though, and he is in my eyes the number two favourite for Wimbledon. I think Cilic play many matches where he serves much better than this match. His all-round game otherwise looks in a pretty good place.
Marin Cilic, speaking to BBC Sport after his victory at Queen's: "It is great to see Novak coming back and we all hope that he gets back to the top level again.
"It was a special win for me because last year I had a match point and didn't convert it. It was a tough match - no breaks for me until the final set.
"Overall I had a great time here this week. I have waited six years to get my hands on this trophy! It is an amazing crowd and I will come back every single year.
"Am I playing my best tennis at the moment? I hope so. I want to continue this great form at Wimbledon."
Novak Djokovic, speaking to BBC Sport after his final defeat: "I have to congratulate Marin on a fantastic week. He deserved to win and came up with some big shots. It's a tough loss for me. But I have to see the positive because I haven't' played a final in almost a year.
"This came at the right time because Wimbledon is the most renowned and prestigious tournament in tennis. As for Queen's I haven't been here in eight years but now I know how it feels I will keep coming back here!"
Novak Djokovic is first up to pick up the runners-up plate. He is warmly applauded by the crowd.
He's now speaking with Sue Barker.
And that is the championship for Marin Cilic as he emphatically serves out for victory.
He saved match point earlier in the contest. That will surely go down as one of the great fightbacks in Queen's history.
A second serve at 30-0 and Novak Djokovic's return limply dribbles into the net. He has three match points.
Marin Cilic seamlessly mops up the first two points with big serves. 30-0 love.
Marin Cilic then produces a backhand winner to break the Novak Djokovic serve. He is serving for the match now.Copyright: EPA
A forehand on the run from Marin Cilic just gets over the net as he produces a superb winner.
He has another break point.
A Novak Djokovic return strikes the net to give Marin Cilic a chance at break point. However, the Serb whistles an ace down the centre of the court.
Back to deuce.
Is Novak Djokovic showing a few signs of fatigue here? A blistering return from Marin Cilic after the ball had looped up off the net cord at 40-30 and we have deuce.Copyright: EPA
Graham Rodber: Longest final ever at Queen’s now being played? Loving the commentary and coverage and can’t wait for Wimbledon.
Seanyboy335: Don't know who's going to win this tennis final. Djokovic or Cilic?
Arthur Clarke: Commentator - “Almost 11 minutes that game”. Me - “And most of that was Djokovic bouncing the ball".
BBC Sport tennis commentator
This is an unusually long match now, it's unusually warm, and there's been quite a lot of strain for both players.
Novak Djokovic's serve is growing under increasing pressure as we reach the business end of this match, and a touch of the jitters for Marin Cilic.
The Croat just about squeezes through at 40-30 after Djokovic spoons a return.
Two hours and 46 minutes this match has been going now.