If you're not one of the lucky few that are able to sit round Centre Court and watch the Wimbledon Final, we've rounded up the best places in London to catch all the action.
HENMAN HILL/MURRAY MOUNT
Formally known as Aorangi Terrace, the Hill is situated to the north of No.1 Court, and has become a popular area for Grounds Pass Ticket Holders to watch the action on the Show Courts.
During the 1990s, it was widely known as 'Henman Hill', as British fans gathered to watch the British No.1 compete in four Wimbledon semi-finals. It has since also been dubbed 'Murray Mound', reflecting the support for Andy Murray at Wimbledon..
CARDINAL PLACE, VICTORIA
Cardinal Place in the heart of Victoria is on the corner of Victoria Street and Bressenden Place. The public roof garden located up the escalator, above M & S offers the perfect spot to sit back and enjoy the Wimbledon action.
The screenings of Wimbledon at Cardinal Place run from Monday 29th June - Sunday 12th July 2015. Admission is free.
Lewis Cubitt Square, King’s Cross
The King's Cross screen will be one of the biggest and best-quality in central London, making it the perfect place to watch the tennis. The first 50 or so visitors will be able to grab one of the free deck chairs! With street food from Kerb and a fully-stocked Strawberries and Screen bar are on offer, which is open every day until 8pm, unless a key match is still in progress.
There is also a number of pop-up tennis events available throughout the fortnight, including games and coaching drills.
The Scoop at More London, Southwark
With probably the most iconic London background, watch Wimbledon on the big screen on the bank of the Thames next to City Hall. Get premier seats to watch the best sporting action - live at The Scoop.
Canada Square Park, Canary Wharf
Grab a picnic and settle down with friends and family to watch some of Britain's greatest sporting events, or enjoy lunch or dinner at one of the many restaurants! Make the most of the warm summer days and balmy evenings with the summer screen season at Canary Wharf.