They're here! The finals are, er, finally here.
It's been an a strange Wimbledon, of endless deuces, some rather poor showings and the occasional misjudged comment from old John McEnroe. Still, for the most part, at least the weather has held.
Now, with Murray, Nadal and Djokovic gone, the world is wondering if Federer might already be making space on his trophy shelf.
Meanwhile, Great Britiain's Johanna Konta gracefully bowed out after a sterling showing, losing 6-4, 6-2 to Venus Williams. Still, there's little doubting we have a new British hero of tennis.
The Championships, which have been held in SW19 since 1877, are the only major still played on grass and are one of the most prestigious tournaments in the game. If you can't make it to the courts themselves, here's where to watch the finals across the capital.
Murray Mound, Wimbledon
The Aorangi Terrace – add that to your pub quiz knowledge – gets almost as oversubscribed as the courts themselves, so be sure to arrive early ahead of any match you’re hoping to catch. Murray may be gone, but it's still a top viewing spot.
Landsec’s Wimbledon, across London
Ugly name, but some beautiful sites . Retro, union-jack covered caravans host the screens, which themselves have fairly impressive backdrops – sure, the tennis is interesting, but St Paul's Cathedral is drop-dead gorgeous in the fading summer sun. The Victoria and Holborn spots do, however, make excellent alternatives – head to Cardinal place in Victoria and you'll be greeted by a Harry Brompton pop-up bar, serving alcoholic iced tea, while the New Street Square square has an ever changing line-up of street food stalls. There promises to be plenty of cocktails and ice cream.
One New Change,St Paul's, EC4M, onenewchange.com
Cardinal Place, Victoria, SW1E, createvictoria.com
New Street Square, Chancery Lane, EC4A, newstreetsquare.co.uk
St Katharine Docks, Wapping
This newly opened big screen, which floats in the dock itself, is screening matches throughout the competition. You're welcome to bring your own snacks and soft drinks, while throughout the semi-finals and finals, they'll be offering Pimms and strawberries and a few other goodies too.
St Katharine Marina, E1W, skdocks.co.uk
Strawberries & Screen, King’s Cross
There are something like 50 deckchairs up for grabs at this punningly-titled showing. Still, given a few hundred turn up every year, you’ll likely struggle to find a spot. Still, the 4m x 4m screen is hard to beat, and there’s plenty of spots to enjoy a drink nearby. They're showing all the matches, throughout the competition, and it's completely free to attend.
Granary Square, N1C, kingscross.co.uk
Camden Market, Camden
Camden Market have laid on the green carpet – that's fake grass to you and me – with matches shown live throughout the two weeks in the North Yard's amphitheatre. Enjoy with an ice cream from Camden's own Gelatology tricycle.
Camden Market, NW1, camdenmarket.com
Duke of York Square, Chelsea
Strawberries & Screen have made their way here too, though only to screen the finals, July 14 – 16. Bring your own picnic blanket, or book for a VIP front row seat. If you're thirsty, grab a Pimms (what else?) from the Partridges pop-up bar.
Duke of York Square, SW1W, dukeofyorksquare.com
Broadgate, Exchange Square
There's nearly always a crowd here, so the atmosphere is usually pretty decent. Should the on-screen matches not deliver, they've virtual reality tennis to liven things up.
Exchange Square, EC2A, broadgate.co.uk
Perfect weekend? How about a walk down by Little Venice before heading to Paddington Central to catch a game? They're tight lipped on details, so check in on their website for the match schedule. Nice spot, though.
Sheldon Square, W2, paddingtoncentral.com
Merchant Square, Paddington
At Sheldon Square's neighbouring spot, all the essentials are present and correct: strawberries, cream, drinks, and of course, a big screen (in fact, it's bigger than ever this year). The screens will be on until 10pm each evening, so there's no danger of missing a single shot. Free to attend.
Paddington, W2, merchantsquare.co.uk
Canada Square Park, Canary Wharf
Free to attend, it's worth coming down for a day of tennis before popping to one of the nearby restaurants – nearby Japanese spot Roka is particularly good. If you're not in the mood for a full meal, be sure to try the charming, themed ice-creams from Greedy Goat – Murray's Mint, a trio of 'tennis balls' piled high atop each other, looks particularly delectable. They're also hosting just about every other major sporting event going this summer, so mark this one down for a repeat visit.
Canada Square Park, E14, canarywharf.com
This charming outside spot is going big on sport; besides the biggest tennis matches of the day, they'll also be showing golf, cricket, Formula One and even the news – so you can keep tabs on what's happening in the real world, too.
Regents Place, NW1, regentsplace.com
The Pimm’s Wimbledon Bar, Oxford Street
Selfridges have really upped their rooftop offering this year, and for the Wimbledon fortnight they've gone tennis themed. Given their sponsor, sipping away on the most British of summer refreshments is fully encouraged.
Selfridges, W1A, selfridges.com
Queen of Hoxton/The Book Club/Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, various
The Queen of Hoxton and its nearby sister venue, the Book Club, as well as the Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, are all being wonderful souls and offering free strawberries and cream throughout the two weeks of tennis to anyone watching the matches, whenever they order a jug of Pimms or 'Just Deuce' Wimbledon cocktail. Marvellous stuff.
Bentley's Oyster Bar & Grill, Mayfair
London institution Bentley's is best known for its oysters and dining at the bar, but during Wimbledon, the terrace is most definitely the place to be. They've popped up a huge screen, there's room for 60 and if it rains, play goes on as it's all covered. They've Championship cocktails and Wimbledon specials on the menu, and well behaved pooches are more than welcome to join their owners. You'll eat and drink well here: there's a reason Bentley's is 101-years-old and still going strong.
11-15 Swallow St, W1B, bentleys.org
Cinnamon Kitchen, Devonshire Square
Cinnamon Kitchen have gone and gotten themselves a gin garden for the summer, which is quite the best kind of garden, and throughout the tournament they'll be using it to show all the matches on their giant screen. It's a luxurious affair, with private gazebos available to hire, so dress up and make a day of it.
9 Devonshire Square, EC2M, cinnamon-kitchen.com
Canalside, Hackney Wick
Canalside are hosting the matches on a big screen, and there's plenty of food and drink to keep your strength up: Shane’s are keeping things strictly British with coronation chicken scones, which can be washed down with a Pimm's from the bar, while Gotto are laying on 2-4-1 house spritz when Murray and Konta play.
Canalside, E20, hereeast.com
Stella Artois x Wimbledon, Flat Iron Square
Stella may proudly Belgian, but they're getting into the British way of life for the coming two weeks with Vantage Point in Flat Iron Square. Besides screening the tennis itself, there'll be plenty of food and drink, as well as entertainment and commentary from comedian Matt Richardson and retired pro Goran Ivanisevic. Watch out for Ace Hour, where there'll be prizes up for grab anytime an ace is served.
Flat Iron Square, SE1, stellaartois.com
The View from the Shard, London Bridge
Whether the tennis is any good or not, there's sure to be something good to watch 800ft up at Level 72. There'll be tennis throughout the competition, plenty of strawberries and cream and buckets of Lanson Champagne. They've just opened a bar up there, too, so pitch up for some tennis themed cocktails. Tickets cost from £25.95 on the day.
The Shard, SE1, theviewfromtheshard.com
Big Screen on the Green, Parson’s Green
Unfortunately only around for the semi-finals and finals, July 14- 16, this luxurious festival has supersize screens alongside live music, parties and plenty of champagne. Last year was a riot, so expect good things this time around, too. If tennis isn't your bag, stick around for the Formula One and even a screening of Turandot.
Parson’s Green, SW6, bigscreenonthegreen.com
Coq D'Argent, the City
Throughout the tournament, this famous French restaurant are showing the matches on two big screens. The terrace has some terrific views over the city, so if the matches themselves are a little dull, you won't be short of things to look at. Go for cocktails, lots and lots of champagne (Moët & Chandon are sponsoring the screenings) and even a French nod to Eton Mess. On the 16, the day of the men's final, they've a special five course meal on for £45pp.
1 Poultry, EC2R, coqdargent.co.uk
Take advantage of the massive screen here – and then go crazy at all the food and drink stalls. Sit and indulge while the players do all the hard work, before wondering to one of the bars to continue your night.
49 Brixton Station Rd, SW9, popbrixton.org
Watching Wimbledon at Chelsea's Bluebird is quickly becoming a London favourite: the restaurant lay on jugs and jugs of Pimms, plenty of champagne and a special Wimbledon menu to keep tennis-lovers content. The garden is charming and complete with both a huge screen and giant tennis balls.
350 King's Road, Chelsea, SW3, bluebird-restaurant.co.uk
Angler, Liverpool St
Sadly just open for the men's final – sorry, Venus et al – this open-air terrace will be screening the big match on July 16. £28 tickets include Northern Bloc white chocolate and strawberry meringue ice cream, a gourmet scotch egg and a cocktail, plus a deckchair to enjoy it all in. While the garden is outdoors, rain won't stop play: they've a fully retractable roof in case of emergencies.
3 South Pl, EC2M, southplacehotel.com