Every year the quiet southern suburbs of London, Wimbledon, turns into the world capital of tennis. For two weeks in July, the All-England Tennis and Cocktail Club hold the open championship of Great Britain—the Wimbledon tennis tournament and the most prestigious competition of the four Grand Slam tournaments.
Wimbledon is the only major tennis tournament in the world where matches are played on grass, which requires players to show more power.
A tennis tournament with more than 120 years of history is distinguished not only by playing on the grass and in the open air, but also a white uniform is obligatory for all participants.
Traditional Wimbledon treats are strawberries and cream. It is estimated that for two weeks of the tournament guests absorb up to 150 thousand servings of this delicious treat.