Watered-down Pimm's, overpriced strawberries, and cries of: "Come on, Andy!" Yes, summer is here in earnest and Wimbledon 2016 is reaching its exciting climax down in SW19.
The first serves landed on Monday 27 June, and Britain's Andy Murray is now favourite to win his second Wimbledon title, having survived an epic quarter-final encounter with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, while Serena Williams is defying her age in the women's draw and looks in imperious form.
The tournament culminates this weekend, with the women's and men's finals taking places on Saturday 9 July and Sunday 10 July respectively.
Want to follow all the action live, but misplaced your television? Here's how to live stream Wimbledon on pretty much any device.
The BBC owns Wimbledon as usual, meaning you can watch the tennis for free on iPlayer on your computer, smartphone, or tablet.
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Either navigate to the iPlayer website or, for a more optimised mobile viewing experience, download the iPlayer app via one of the links below.
Yep, even Windows Phone!
The BBC Sport website is also offering extended match coverage here. Highlights are available every evening in the form of the Today at Wimbledon show.
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