Wimbledon is as much about the fashion as it is the strawberries, swooning over Nadal's one huge bicep, oh, and the tennis.
Here we look back at some of the most memorable Wimbledon looks – both on and off the court.
Maud Watson, 1884
Maud Watson defeated her sister Lilian in the inaugural ladies championship final in 1884 wearing a white corset and petticoat. Now that takes some skill.
May Sutton Bundy, 1905
The first American to ever win Wimbledon caused quite the stir when she rolled the sleeves of her dress up to reveal (shock and, indeed, horror) her forearms. The poor woman simply did it because the sleeves were ‘too long and too hot.’
May Sutton Bundy
Gertrude ‘Gorgeous Gussie’ Moran, 1949
Gorgeous Gussie earnt her nickname when she turned up at the All-England Club wearing a short skirt and ruffled underwear instead of the knee-length skirt that was considered proper at the time.
Lea Pericoli, 1964
The Italian tennis player was famed for her style choices, we love the feathered creation she chose for her her match against Great Britain’s Miss H.W. Allen.
Still a Wimbledon regular, Sue Barker was once seen running riot on the courts of the All-England tennis club with very short hemlines.
Ann White, 1985
This was a fashion moment that has thankfully not been repeated again. It may have been the 1980s but there really is no excuse for this all-in-one lycra ensemble.
Steffi Graf, 1986
Speaking of eighties fashion disasters, the legendary Ms Graf didn’t manage to avoid the shellsuit trend that reared its ugly head during that decade.
Steffi Graf with her dad
Princess Diana, 1995
The late Princess Diana never failed to look the part and a visit to Wimbledon was no exception. Diana looked immaculate in a cream suit and chunky pearls as she sat in the Royal Box.
Serena Williams, 2008
The tennis champion arrived for one of her Wimbledon matches in 2008 wearing a Nike trench coat and statement hoop earrings. Sportswear’s attempt at chic.
Maria Sharapova, 2008
Maria championed Nike’s tuxedo-style tennis attire, which (thankfully) never took off in the mainstream.
Anna Wintour, 2010
The fashion legend treats a Wimbledon match exactly as she would a catwalk show: by dressing immaculately and wearing a perma-scowl.
Venus Williams, 2011
Venus kicked off her Wimbledon 2011 campaign by wearing a tiny embroidered playsuit with a gold belt. The tennis star had accessorised the look with heavy earrings and a large gold pendant necklace, but quickly ditched them after the first few vigorous games.
Kate Middleton, 2011
The Duchess of Cambridge got the camera bulbs flashing when she arrived to see Andy Murray play wearing a stunning pleated Temperley London dress.
The Duchess of Cambridge in Temperley London
Bethanie Mattek-Sands, 2011
Wow. Known for her outrageous on-court fashion choices, Bethanie really went for it in this Alex Noble creation during Wimbledon 2011. Tassels, studs and white tennis balls all in one jacket? Amazing.
The Beckhams, 2012
David and Victoria Beckham came suited and booted for the Wimbledon men’s final in 2012, and we couldn’t take our eyes off them.