It's that time of year when we all go tennis crazy again. So to help you ride out Murray mania, we've put together a round-up of the best kit for getting you through the rest of the championships.
Dunlop Aerogel 300 £130
The logical conclusion to all this tennis mania is to go out there and actually play. Dunlop's new Aerogel range promises to help you out with its combination of fancy racquet technologies to deliver the perfect balance between power and control.
This collapsible water bladder will sit in your bag and you can sup from its tube to stave off heat stroke while you're cooking courtside. When it's all over you can add the optional shower attachment for squeaky clean campsite fun.
Self-inflating seat pad from the makers of the finest camping mattresses in the business, perfect for keeping you comfy for the duration of a long (and no doubt stressful) stint on Murray Mound.
Get up-to-the-minute info on all the goings on at the All England Club with this handy iPhone app. Latest news, live scores, draw information and even video highlights are yours for the perusing.
Grab this Archos 5 add-on and you'll be able to follow the action shot-by-shot on your own mobile screen. It cunningly combines the signals from two tuners for a great picture indoors or out. You can even record to your Archos to watch later.
This cunning little DAB radio suckers on to your windscreen and broadcasts its signal to your car's FM radio. It can also be slung in your bag and used with headphones so you can keep up with your favourite player's progress at all times.
If you'd rather take things slowly, you can build up to real tennis with a little virtual practice first. Grand Slam Tennis uses Wii MotionPlus so it can tell the difference between strokes like a topspin or a slice. Whether you can is a different matter.
Wimbledon champions train every spare moment they have. So can you with this challenging mobile tennis game. Though mastering it on the Blackberry's QWERTY keyboard is, quite frankly, beyond us.