The United Kingdom's interest in tennis collapses as soon as the last balls are played at Wimbledon.
That's according to figures taken from Google Trends, which shows the popularity of searches on the search engine.
Over the last five years, searches for the sport of tennis steadily increase during the early summer days of June.
When Wimbledon starts those searches continue to rise.
After the first week of the tournament the number of searches for tennis almost double.
They continue to rise up to a peak on the final day of the tournament.
That peak is five and a half times the number of searches made on day before the tournament on average.
However, as soon as Wimbledon finishes, those searches drop off by 75 per cent.
The number of searches for tennis return to the pre-tournament levels in just a couple of days, leaving the UK's love affair with tennis annual, but brief.
In pictures: Ladies' Wimbledon final