Where the Wimbledon fan experience begins for a lot of people - the world famous Wimbledon Queue.
Only a limited number of tickets are allocated for fans in the queue, but spirits are always high.
And while it's recommended you line up a few hours before gates open, some line up for much longer.
But once you're in, you're in - 42 acres, 19 match courts and the capacity for 38,500 spectators.
If you're not in, you can head into town for the big screen, just outside Morrison's - or Murrison's.
But back at the All-England Club, part of the fan experience is showing support for your favorites.
Some take it a bit further than others...
That's not restricted to just the home fans.
Some bring new fashions to Wimbledon...
Some decorate those new fashions with autographs.
Every year the biggest brands in the world leave their mark - fans and players alike wore this one.
Sometimes you don't even need new clothes to show off new fashions, some decorating themselves.
The weather isn't always cooperative though - Wimbledon is also world famous for its rain delays.
Any real tennis fan knows what to do when rain falls - it's time to hit the food court or the shops.
Whether they're from near or far, it's pretty rare for spectators to not visit The Wimbledon Shop.
And when blue skies return, it's the perfect time to grab some strawberries or a drink and just relax.
That's not what everyone wants to do, though...
The famous big screen on Henman Hill, Murray Mound, Robson Ridge, etc... more to come tomorrow!