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This year (2012) saw probably the most tense match ever from the past few decades as Andy Murray battled Roger Federer for the Men’s Single Wimbledon final title.

As we all know Murray lost, however, his army of guests which included the Duchess of Cambridge and her sister Pippa Middleton alongside Prime Minister David Cameron brought out a humble loser in himself thanking his fans in tears as he collected his runner up prize (Federer took home the trophy and a prize fund of £1,150,000 provided by The All England Club).

Wimbledon as we know is one of the hottest social events of the season with guests spending hours watching tense game play in the outdoor weather which can also sometimes be doused in rain. Therefore when attending it’s always a good idea to take a spare umbrella and rain mac just incase. Guests attending with day passes or court side seats are primarily allowed to adorn a smart/casual dress code, however if you have been asked to attend within The Royal Box you will be asked to dress within a smart manner with men adorning suits/jacket and ties whilst ladies’ can opt for smart suits or day dresses; preferably knee length attire. Women are asked not to wear hats as they tend to obscure the vision of those seated behind them but can and do wear a colourful array of clothing including statement jewellery and tennis inspired accessories.