It takes place every summer in London and attracts about half a million spectators over the two-week competition. Wimbledon is the only Grand Slam event still played on grass, and boasts 41 courts, including 19 championships grass courts.
This year, ABC News’ Bob Woodruff takes us on an insider's tour of the historic tournament. He gets up close to the famous grass courts and gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the grounds, which are hallowed grounds for tennis aficionados.
Watch the video above for all the details.
For the players, Wimbledon traditions include a strict dress code and a team of highly trained ball girls and boys. For spectators, snacks of strawberries and cream and a drink called Pimm's are de rigueur while watching matches.
Over the course of the 2015 championships, £26.75 million in prize money will be awarded to competitors.