Andy Murray won his third Aegon Championships title and completed the perfect preparation for Wimbledon with victory over Marin Cilic at Queen's.
The Briton's serve was especially impressive as the world number two won the rain-delayed final 5-7 7-5 6-3.
Victory capped a week that proved an ideal return from the back injury that forced him to miss the French Open.
Murray will now turn his attention to a week of practice, before resuming his quest for a first Wimbledon title.
"I worked very hard in the time that I had off to try and get myself back in the best shape possible," he told BBC One.
"My team helped me a lot, they were patient with me and it's why I was able to come out and play so tough in the last couple of matches."
The Scot hurt himself after slipping over on the grass during the first set but came back to win in impressive fashion.
"The courts have taken a bit of a pounding this week - it's been extremely wet - and I just slipped," he added. "I was a bit sore in the groin area, thankfully it wasn't too bad."