So, you've missed out on tickets to watch Andy Murray play in the Wimbledon men's final.
The Scottish world number 2 will take on big-serving Canadian Milos Raonic at SW16 and you're feeling a bit gutted you're not there to experience it.
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While nothing can compensate for being unable to watch Murray in action on Centre Court with your own eyes while devouring your strawberries and cream and a glass of Pimm's, there are other places in London where you can go if you're looking for a perfect (by that we mean luxurious) Wimbledon experience.
From digging into tennis-themed pastries and cakes to sipping Pimm's and expensive champagne, here's how you can get into the Wimbledon spirit as this year's tournament comes to a close.
Located in Wimbledon Village, Aubaine is fully embracing the tournament with strawberries and cream-inspired delights.
They'll be screening the matches in its Wimbledon themed terrace.
2. The Promenade at The Dorchester
The hotel is hosting a Wimbledon Champagne Afternoon Tea at £65 per person.
With a glass of Brut or Rose Laurent-Perrier Champagne paired with savoury finger sandwiches, pastries and strawberries and cream, this is a must-go for all sweet-toothed tennis fans. The menu is going to be slightly different from what you see in the photo, but expect a tennis-themed extravaganza.
3. Milestone Hotel
Fancy a strawberries and cream afternoon tea? Then head over to Milestone Hotel's Park Lounge and Conservatory where there are Wimbledon inspired cakes and pastries on offer.
And if you are up for it, you can even pick your own strawberries. Prices start at £40 per person, £49 for strawberry picking and a Pimms champagne cocktail.
4. The Ampersand Hotel
If savoury-filled Yorkshire puddings is your thing, then The Ampersand Hotel is the right place for you. And yes, they serve Wimbledon-inspired pastries as well as Pimm's cocktail shots.
Prices start at £32.50 per person or £45.50 per person with a glass of champagne.
5. Amba Hotel Marble Arch
The hotel is offering a range of sandwiches including egg mayonnaise and watercress, as well as cakes. And if you fancy tucking into a tasty tennis racket, there are shortbread versions available.
Prices are £25 per person with a glass of Pimm's on arrival.
If you are a sucker for art while tucking into your food, then check out Sketch in Conduit Street.
The restaurant is offering diners a "Wimbledon Lawn Tennis" afternoon tea menu, priced at £68 per person. The afternoon tea will include sandwiches, scones with fig and strawberry jam, pastries and seasonal sweet treats.
7. The Montague
Unless of course, it's pouring down, you can enjoy afternoon tea in the hotel gardens.
The Montague is offering traditional sandwiches including cucumber, cream cheese and chive, strawberry meringues and a glass of Lanson Pere et Fils, Brut NV for £40 per person.
For booking an afternoon tea in any of these venues, visit Bookatable.