1. Tennis Whites

Keep an eye on the time with Newgate’s minimal wall clock. How else will you know when it’s Pimms o’clock?

Newgate Timepill Clock, £48 (was £60), Heal’s.

2. Doubles Game

In a shade that brings to mind the manicured turf of centre court, Pols Potten’s wire side table doubles as seating, too.

Wire Dumbbell Stool by Pols Potten, £157, Amara.

3. New Balls Please

Is it just us, or does Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola’s Fjord chair for Moroso have the look of a deconstructed tennis ball about it? A seat that’s fit for an umpire.

Fjord chair by Patricia Urquiola, £1,572, Moroso at Nest

For a more classic British look, you can't beat a striped deckchair for spectator sports. Try Hen & Hammock's Traditional designs (£78 each).

4. Good Sport

With a subtle racket motif, British design label Turner Pocock’s whimsical wallpaper is a sophisticated way to work sporty style indoors.

Tennis Wallpaper, £72 per 10m roll, Turner Pocock.

5. What a Racket

This upcycled vintage racket channels the genteel atmosphere of a 1940s lawn match – hang in multiples for a playful look.

Tennis Racket Mirror, £65, The Mint List.

6. & 7. The Right Stripes

A winning combination of Purple Pout and Enchanted Eden is your ticket to recreating those famous Wimbledon stripes.

From £13.79, Dulux.

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