28,000 kilos of strawberries and 7000 litres of cream are supplied over the fortnight.
Strawberries and cream has been the treat to beat since the first ever Wimbledon in 1877.
The Wimbledon strawberries are all provided by one supplier – Hugh Lowe Farm in Kent, run by Marion Regan. During the two weeks of the competition, the pickers rally round, with a 5am start to make sure the award-winning strawberries are picked and ready to go.
The strawberries are tested for sweetness and size. Bite-sized strawberries are selected to keep everyone looking their mess-free best.
Bananas are the second most popular fruit at the tournament, providing an energy boost to flagging fans.