When It Happens Panel Get involved: send your photos, videos, news & views by texting 'OXFORD NEWS' to 80360 or email
Fans queue for Wimbledon tickets
Thousands of tennis fans have queued up to watch the first day of play at Wimbledon.
Some camped out while others headed to SW19 at the crack of dawn to get tickets for the opening day of the 126th grand slam championships.
Britons will be hoping for a homegrown champion, especially after Sunday night's disappointment in Euro 2012.
The tournament is also a precursor to SW19's Olympics appearance - the games' tennis tournament will be held at the club just three weeks after Wimbledon finishes.
Thousands of people queued, travelling from across the UK and as far afield as New Zealand and the United States.
Some camped out - Sue Callaghan arrived on Sunday morning with a group of friends who come every year to watch the tennis.
The 59-year-old, from Bourton-on-the-Hill in Surrey, said: "We got here at about 10.30am yesterday morning, we managed to get our tents up before the rain.
"I've been coming for 39 years, I come every year. We all met here and now we come each year."
Another member of the group, 46-year-old Mark Martin, travelled from the Isle of Lewis in Scotland to spend two weeks watching the tennis.
"I used to just do the odd day when I lived closer, but now I think I'll just camp. We're just a bit concerned about the mudbath this has turned into."