After the late-April wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, there has been a bit of a surge in British tradition.
For those looking for more tradition, look no further than the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world: Wimbledon 2011.
The London tournament is right around the corner. Seeding will be announced on Thursday, June 16th, and the draw will be announced on June 17th.
The 125th Wimbledon Championships begin on Monday, June 20th. The last match day will be on Sunday, July 3rd, when the Men's final takes place on Centre Court.
The matches will be televised on the BBC in 3D for the first time.
In Canada, the Wimbledon Championship is traditionally broadcast on TSN. In the U.S., complete coverage will be provided by NBC and ESPN.
Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams will look to repeat as champions. Nadal has won Wimbledon two of the last three years, and Williams is a back-to-back champion.
National favorite Andy Murray will try to win his first major, while Roger Federer and Djokovic also try to unseat Nadal. Murray is basically the only hope for Great Britain, as they have no other men's player in the Top 100.
Williams is on the comeback trail after a freak injury at a restaurant last year. She played her first match since her Wimbledon victory this month.
Should Williams will have to fend off the likes of Caroline Wozniacki, Li Na, Maria Sharapova, Kim Clijsters, among others.