Three-time Grand Slam champion #Stan Wawrinka has been announced to be featuring this year's Aegon Championship in Queens. Wawrinka has played at the grass-court event four times so far in his career. His best result at the Queens Club came in 2014, reaching the semi-finals. The Swiss reached the last-16 stage on one occasion and twice ended losing in the round of 32 at the tournament as well.

For Wawrinka, it's certainly important to leave his mark on grass this year. He's a three-time major champion, winning the Australian Open, US Open and Roland Garros.

Should he win Wimbledon this year, he would complete a Career Grand Slam. A good campaign in Queens ahead of Wimbledon would certainly help Wawrinka in his bid to achieve one of the greatest achievements in the game of tennis.

ATP Queens set to be featured by two big names in 2017.

Bulgarian tennis star #Grigor Dimitrov has also been added to the Aegon Championships field. Dimitrov is set to play for the ninth time in his career at the Queens Club. The 25-year-old made it all the way at the tournament in 2014, after beating Feliciano Lopez in the finals. He was close to winning it all in 2012 but fell short in the last-four stage to David Nalbandian. The 2014 Queens champion is eager to achieve a good grass-court season in 2017.

''The grass-court season is going to be a big thing for me with Queen's and then Wimbledon around the corner,'' Dimitrov said following the announcement, as quoted by Sky Sports. ''I've seen the field, it's going to be very strong again, but I'm excited to see what my form is going to be like. Every year, coming back to Queen's brings me great memories to me.

I won the tournament a few years ago, and I love it. It's the best way to prepare for Wimbledon, and to perform out there on the grass at Queen's is a really, really amazing feeling for me.''

Wawrinka and Dimitrov won't be the only stars in Queens this year.

Previously, #Andy Murray and Rafa Nadal have been confirmed to be playing in Queens this year.

World number one Murray is a five-time Queens champion - no player has more titles to his name in Queens that the Briton. On the other side, Nadal had a winning run at the Aegon Championships long ago - winning the event back in 2008. It remains to be seen if #Stan Wawrinka and #Grigor Dimitrov can be a threat in Queens to dominant Murray and win this year's tournament edition.