The Wimbledon final is a tremendous occasion - but it's easy to see why tennis struggles to be seen as a sport of the people.
As Andy Murray took on Milos Raonic, some of the more recognisable faces in the Royal Box included the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Duke of Kent, David Cameron, Benedict Cumberbatch and Hugh Grant.
But it wasn't just the Royal Box that had a whiff of the elite about it - elsewhere, the ties, blazers and panama hats suggested a certain level of wealth to those watching on TV.
Call it social commentary of inverse snobbery - people certainly had views.
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