Sam Querry makes it to the quarter-final defeating Jordan Thompson, the final score: 7-6, 3-6, 6-3.
Querry's next opponent will be left-hander Gilles Muller.
Marin Cilic makes quick work of Stefan Kozlov 6-0 6-4, seeing him off in just an hour and five minutes.
Unlike the other top seeds, Cilic has eased his way into the quarter-finals at Queens.
Number 4 seed Marin Cilic, the highest seed left in the competition faces 19-year old American Stefan Kozlov.
Cilic is currently ranked 149th in the world but we can't rule out Kozlov just yet after the upsets we've seen at Queens so far.
Novak Djokovic accepts a wild card at Eastbourne and will play his first pre-Wimbledon game after 7 years.
The 30-year-old Serbian has not played since his loss in the French Open quarter finals earlier this month.
Eastbourne is the final event before Wimbledon which starts on Monday July 3rd.
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is out of Queen's having lost 6-4, 6-4 to Giles Muller.
That means four of the top five seeds are now out with only Milos Roanic (4) left standing.
Three-time Wimbledon winner Boris Becker has been declared bankrupt it has emerged.
He won the famous trophy in 1985, 1986 and 1989 and collected prize money throughout his career in the region of €18 million.
He is often regarded as one of the finest tennis players of his generation having won six majors and an Olympic gold medal.
British tennis player Marcus Willis has been given a Wimbledon qualifying wildcard for this year's competition.
He went on a fairytale run last year, winning six matches before losing to Roger Federer on centre court.
He is currently ranked no. 816 in the world but will be featuring at the event this year.
Good luck to him!
Andy Murray was unceremoniously dumped out of Queen's yesterday losing 7-6, 6-2 to Jordan Thompson who is ranked 90th in the world.
Thompson was a late replacement into the tournament after Aljaz Bedene was injured.
Murray will hope he can bounce back at Wimbledon
Two shocks in a row at Queen's Club! Number two seed Stan Wawrinka has lost in straight sets to Feliciano Lopez 7-7, 7-5.
The Swiss player struggled with the power of Lopez's serve and it prove to be another defeat on grass.
Lopez is now through to the last 16 and will play either Liam Brody or Jeremy Chardy.
Another tie-break at Queen's and this one goes the way of Feliciano Lopez. He overcomes Stan Wawrinka who faces an uphill battle to make it through now.
The Swiss has struggled on grass of late and despite reaching the last four of the French Open on clay he will be looking to gain some confidence on this surface ahead of Wimbledon.
Not going his way so far.
21-year-old Thanasi Kokkanakis has beaten last year's finalist Milos Raonic at Queen's 7-6, 7-6.
The Australian was cheered on by compatriot Nick Kyrgios as he fought his way through two tie-breaks to make it into the last 16.
Aljaz Bedene has pulled out of Queens ahead of the Murray tie because of a wrist injury.
Andy Murray will now face 23-year-old Jordan Thompson, the Australian is ranked 90th in the world and it is the first time the two meet.
They are due on court at around 16:00.
Kyle Edmund was defeated on day one of the Aegon Championships in London against the 18-year-old Canadian Denis Shapovalov who performed outstandingly to win the game.
Shapovalov, 18, won 7-6 (7-4) 4-6 6-4 and now faces Czech seventh seed Tomas Berdych.
Grigor Dimitrov and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga have also gone further ahead at Queens but Nick Kyrgios is out due to injury.
Andy Murray will face fellow Brit Aljaz Bedene today, in his attempt to win his sixth Aegon Championship.
They will meet at around 15:30.
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has booked his place in the last 16 of Queens as he beat Frenchman Adrian Mannarino 6-2, 6-2.
Tsonga looked very strong and will be hopeful of going far in this competition and taking his form into Wimbledon.
The Queen's Club Championships begins today as Jo-Wilfiried Tsonga takes on Adrian Mannarino at noon.
Brit Kyle Edmund is in action later today as he takes on Denis Shapovalov for a place in the last 16.
Andy Murray begins his defence of the title tomorrow morning.
The weather is belting for the day's play.