3 July II - The Championships, Wimbledon - Men's Singles Final - Davis vs. Drake
All times in BST
1209: The official weather forecast is in and we're looking good: "During the afternoon there is a fair chance that cloud will tend to thin and break again, to perhaps allow increasing amounts of sunshine as the tournament draws to a close." Roof schmoof.
1400: Our first sight of the players, as they begin the long walk from the locker room to the Centre Court. One of them will make the return journey as Season II Wimbledon champion.
1401: A quick reminder that this year is the first time ever that the Wimbledon final is available to watch in 3D. If you are watching it wearing a pair of those natty specs, then please let us know what you think.
1402: Here they come. Jefferson Drake leads Heath Davis out on to a packed Centre Court to a standing ovation. A few final preparations and they will be good to go.
1405: Twelve-year-old Christopher Elm from West Ruislip has just performed the coin-toss. Drake calls heads... but it's tails. Davis chooses to serve, and the pair of them begin their warm-up.
Jason Hall's prediction: "I'm going with Drake. I got a good look at him at Queens, and the guy hits the ball so well. Davis I don't think has as many options, so I think he is going to struggle against Drake's defence."
1412: All eyes now on the two men in the middle of Centre Court now, as they fire down a few last serves in their warm-up. I saw Drake practicing earlier, and his power is frightening close up. Davis will get a good view from the other side of the net.
1414: Here we go then. Davis to serve first. Excited? Yep, me too...