Wimbledon Championships in London
The 2014 Wimbledon men's nail-biting final between Djokovic and Federer was a great follow-up to Murray's win for British fans oen year ago. As expected wimbledon fans were pulling for Federer to triumph but in the the end appreciated the resolve and determination of Novak Djokovic as he won in 5 close sets 6-7, 6-4, 7-6, 5-7, 6-4 .
In the women's draw another French speaking woman made to the final Eugenie Bouchard from Montreal Canada, but this was not her year as Petra Kivitova was locked in from the start and easily won 6-3, 6-0 for her second Wimbledon championship. The take away from this tournament was that Eugenie Bouchard is here to stay with her overall solid game.
The two-week event is held in the last week of June and stretching into July is tennis tradition at its finest just as strawberries and cream, pimms and sunhats are perennial staples for a pleasurable day observing top tier tennis at Wimbledon. You don't need to be a tennis fanatic to enjoy the action, the inviting atmosphere and abundant delicassies to choose from in the food court makes it all worthwhile.
Court Surface: Grass Court
Total Prize Money: £22,600,000