If you managed to bag a ticket for the tennis this year, or you're planning to wake up early and queue for one, have a great time!
It's one of the most coveted sporting events to watch live, and you're watching history in the making!
But like everything, Wimbledon tennis has a strict etiquette that you should stick to if you're watching the matches live...
Here are the dos and don'ts of Wimbledon:
DO wear suncream
Wimbledon involves a whole day of sitting out in the sun - the weather's set to rain at the moment, but don't take any chances, slather yourself with SPF 20 or above, and thank me later!
DO drink a lot of Pimms... But DON'T overdo it!
Wimbledon is THE place to drink Pimms, so enjoy it while you can - just don't overdo it, or you won't remember who won!
DON'T burst into giggles when the players grunt
It's really funny, I know... But try not to put off the players by laughing!
DO enjoy all the Wimbledon novelties you can
Well, Wimbledon only comes around once a year... Make the most of it while you can by drinking all the tennis-ball champagne and strawberry-and-cream cocktails you can find.
DON'T heckle the players: This isn't football!
Shouting "Go on Tim!" at Andy Murray may be top Wimbledon banter, but he probably won't appreciate it, nor will the people around you.
DO wear your fanciest clothes
Showcase your best tennis whites and wear your nicest clothes!
DO get your Instagram out
You're at a historic event, so take as many photos as you can - but remember, selfie sticks have been banned!
DO bring snacks
Strawberries and cream can only satiate your hunger so much, make sure to bring snacks with you, as you'll be there for the whole day.
DON'T be a nuisance
Official rules state that you're not allowed to bring in:
- anything that might be taken for a weapon (kitchen knives, corkscrews, pepper spray, etc.)
- noisemakers, rattles and klaxons
- signs bigger than 2sq-ft
- alcoholic drinks into the stands
- active mobile phones into the stands
- 'ambush advertising' merchandise
Don't be a nuisance and get yourself kicked out!
DO cheer on Andy Murray!
He represents the best of British tennis playing, so make sure to give him a big cheer whenever he's playing.