Breakfast at Wimbledon - The Ladies Final
Sports and celebrating the big moments with traditions, go hand in hand. Tomorrow I'll share my Wimbledon Centre court experience with you and yes, it involves sitting in a former Champions box.
For many American tennis fans who watch morning Wimbledon matches, breakfast has become a welcome part of the event. Across the pond, however, tradition dictates strawberries and cream, Pimm's cup, and other English delights.
We've gathered 17 recipes perfect for your game-viewing breakfast or brunch, from strawberries with mint whipped cream to smoked-salmon tea sandwiches.
Here are three to prepare you for the Gentleman's Finals.
Here's the first thing you should know about Saturday's women's singles final at Wimbledon: Serena Williams vs. Garbine Muguruza is not a mismatch. Muguruza has already beaten Williams in a Grand Slam event (2014 French Open), and the Spaniard has beaten seeded opponents throughout the fortnight in England.
Serena has other reasons not to take Muguruza lightly: She's in pursuit of two different grand slams (victories in four consecutive majors, and four majors in a calendar year), and her 21st Grand Slam singles title. The latter will move Williams to three behind record holder Steffi Graf.