A collection of my photos from the tournament.

The famous Wimbledon crest
The famous Wimbledon crest
The queue at Wimbledon
While a longstanding (quite literally) tradition at Wimbledon, I'm not a fan of the queue
Wimbledon queue card
When you arrive for the queue, you receive a card with your place. If you get in the first 1,000, you should have a shot at either Centre Court or Court No.1. Otherwise, it's a ground pass.
Centre Court front door
A section of Rudyard Kipling's famous quote is just about visible from the front door of Centre Court
Centre Court sign
The 2022 Championships celebrated 100 years of the world renowned show court
Centre Court at night
The modern Centre Court seats almost 15,000 and has a retractable roof (added in 2009)
Court no.1
The current version of No.1 Court was built in 1997 and a roof was added in 2019
Court 18 view
Court 18 is a great spot to catch a match and take in a super view of the grounds
Men's champion list
The famous list of men's champions actually has some Irish names on it in 1890, '93, '94 and '96!
Women's champion list
Just look at the amount of King, Navratilova, Graf and Williams on that board
Wimbledon trophies
What they all play for: the men's trophy and the women's Venus Rosewater Dish
Fred Perry statue
Fred Perry, the last British man to win Wimbledon before Andy Murray
Mats Wilander and Barbara Schett broadcasting at Wimbledon
You could run into anyone on the grounds. Here's Mats Wilander and Barbara Schett broadcasting live for Eurosport.
A scene at Wimbledon
Wherever you go at SW19, there's lovely attention to detail
Watching the service line
Umpire's chair on Centre Court
A really beautiful special edition umpire's chair for Centre Court on its centenary
Centre Court empty
The most important and magical tennis court in the world
Centre Court with the roof open and Nadal playing
Centre Court under the sunshine with a mighty Spaniard about to serve
Centre Court with the roof on
Centre Court with the roof on as Karolina Pliskova starts a point
A match on Wimbledon's Centre Court
Is there anything worse than trying to rally with Novak Djokovic?
The Royal Box on Wimbledon's Centre Court
The men's champion entertains the Royal Box
Denis Shapovalov at Wimbledon
It's been a tough run of late for the ever watchable and uber talented Denis Shapovalov
Elise Mertens at Wimbledon
There are few women as consistent at majors as Elise Mertens. The Belgian made the fourth round in the singles and was a finalist in doubles.
Fernando Verdasco at Wimbledon
It was probably the last time that I would witness Fernando Verdasco's thunderous forehand in person. I first saw him at the 2007 US Open when I was a student!
Barbora Krejcikova at Wimbledon
Barbora Krejcikova is still working her way back in singles but her doubles prowess remains. The Czech won yet another doubles title with compatriot Katerina Siniakova.
Stan Wawrinka at Wimbledon
Like Verdasco, we don't know how long Stan Wawrinka will continue playing so I bought a resale ticket to watch him on Court No.2.
Qinwen Zheng at Wimbledon
China may finally have found a worthy successor to Li Na and her name is Qinwen Zheng. A super talent on the rise.
Andy Murray at Wimbledon
It was a typical rollerocoaster battle for Andy Murray but he could not find the magic needed to dislodge John Isner.
Emma Raducanu departs Centre Court at Wimbledon
It was a tournament to forget for another British favourite
Stefanos Tsitsipas at Wimbledon
Stefanos Tsitsipas was crusing along before that omnishambles clash with Nick Kyrgios derailed him
Karolina Pliskova at Wimbledon
2021 finalist Karolina Pliskova could not repeat the feat and exited early to Katie Boulter
Jannik Sinner at Wimbledon
Jannik Sinner was one of the standout players of the fortnight. I watched him against Wawrinka and he was so close, and yet so far from beating the eventual champion.
Sloane Stephens at Wimbledon
Despite her wonderful talent and athleticism, I worry that we won't see Sloane Stephens really contend at a major again.
Simona Halep and Kirsten Flipkens at Wimbledon
One of the nicest moments of the tournament saw Kirsten Flipkens embrace Simona Halep after the last singles match of her career. The Belgian was tearful as she bid farewell in a speech afterwards.
Brandon Nakashima volleying at Wimbledon
I think Brandon Nakashima gets more impressive by the month. The Californian is one to watch in the North American swing.
Caroline Garcia at Wimbledon
When she's on form, Caroline Garcia is still a delight to watch
Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon
One of the great sights in the sport, it's such a shame we could not witness Rafael Nadal's semi-final with Kygrios
Simona Halep at Wimbledon
If you get the chance, please go watch Simona Halep live. Her movement, determination and skill will blow your mind.
Novak Djokovic on Centre Court at Wimbledon
Sinner, Norrie and Kyrgios gave it a good go, but once again, no one could topple Novak Djokovic on Centre Court. Now a seven-time Wimbledon champion like Pete Sampras.
Elena Rybakina at Roland Garros
This is a bit of a cheat as it was from Roland Garros a month earlier. But since I have a nice picture of Elena Rybakina, the new Wimbledon champion, why not use it?!
Southfields station at night
And that's that for another year as I exited through Southfields station for the last time in 2022. I'm already thinking of next year...

Apart from the odd phone image, all photos during that trip were taken with a Sony A6000.

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

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