A collection of my photos from the tournament.

It started with a ferry trip
It started with a ferry from Dublin to Holyhead...
Wimbledon seats at Southfields
When I finally got to London, Wimbledon mania was everywhere
Wimbledon screen in The City
Even when you roamed far from the grounds, you couldn't escape The Championships!
Wimbledon scoreboard
It's all grand keeping up with the action virtually, but nothing beats the real thing
Wimbledon scene with Centre Court in background
There is nothing quite like the backdrops at Wimbledon while you're observing play
Centre Court wide view
There's plenty to watch (and consume) depending on your mood
Strawberries and cream
After waiting so long to get here, how could I resist an old staple?
Court No.1 exterior
Wherever you walk on the grounds, there is impressive attention to detail. Court No.1 is beautifully constructed.
Men's champion list
And as for the surface itself. Try spot a bump if you can!
Karolina Muchova at Wimbledon
I was lucky to catch Karolina Muchova on an outside court. She would eventually reach the last eight.
Garbine Muguruza at Wimbledon
It wasn't quite as smooth for Garbine Muguruza, as she crashed out early and fired her coach soon after
Fernando Verdasco
If Fernando Verdasco is on a court, I will make it my business to see him
Anastasija Sevastova at Wimbledon
Grass suits certain players and Anastasija Sevastova is particularly elegant on the turf
Belinda Bencic at Wimbledon
Another player who feels comfortable on grass is the 2013 junior champion Belinda Bencic
Petra Kvitova at Wimbledon
On the Thursday of week one, I hit the jackpot with a resale ticket for Court no.1. The day started with one of my favourites, Petra Kvitova
Roger Federer wide shot on Court no.1
Then it came time to witness the 8-time champion and legend, Roger Federer
Roger Federer service motion
There's probably never been as elegant a player on this surface
Serena Williams at Wimbledon
If that wasn't enough, seven-time singles winner Serena Williams was scheduled next
Andy Murray at Wimbledon
And incredibly - as part of his comeback from injury - Andy Murray was added last on the bill in a doubles
Rolex clock at Wimbledon
Unfortunately, I could only watch Murray for a while before it was time to hit the airport and home

Apart from the odd phone image, all photos during that trip were taken with a Fujifilm FinePix S2970.

Check out the Gallery section for more photos including my return to Wimbledon in 2022

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