You want to watch Wimbledon but you missed the ballot — and you're not willing to spend the tournament glued to a TV screen indoors, while the sun's a-shinin' and there's Pimm's ready for a-drinkin'.
Luckily, certain London establishments are on hand with a giant screen — and possibly a deckchair or two — so we can enjoy all the Wimbledon 2022 magic between 27 June-10 July, al fresco. Over to you, Emma Raducanu.
Watch Wimbledon at The Piazza, Wimbledon
Where better to watch Wimbledon than... in Wimbledon? Once again, a screen will be set up in The Piazza in the town, with deckchairs set out for you to make yourself comfy. You'll be so close to the action, you'll almost be able to hear the thwacking and grunting live from Centre Court.
The Piazza, free, just turn up, 27 June-10 July 2022
Watch Wimbledon 2022 in Canary Wharf
As part of the Summer Screens series of events, Wimbledon matches are broadcast for free on a screen in Canary Wharf's Cabot Square. Food and drink is available at bars and restaurants nearby. In past years, table tennis tables have been set up alongside the screenings, for some added fun — watch this space for 2022 details.
Canary Wharf, free, just turn up. Summer Screens runs 30 May-22 September, 11am-7pm (though may run later if a match is still going on by 7pm).
Wimbledon screenings at St Katharine Docks
Wimbledon screenings take place on the floating pontoon at St Katharine Docks.
Comfy deckchairs are provided for free on a first come, first served basis, and you can bring your own food and drink (though no alcohol), so up your picnic game accordingly.
St Katharine Docks, free, just turn up, 27 June-1o July (closed 28 July), 12pm-6pm.
Wimbledon in the Gardens, Mayfair
200 seats will be available in Brown Hart Gardens — just around the corner from Oxford Street — each day, for Mayfair's Wimbledon in the Gardens. Pull up a deckchair and watch the action on a large screen at one end of the gardens. The Stripes Amalfi Terrace pop-up, also at Brown Hart Gardens, serving Italian-inspired dishes, spritz cocktails and other refreshments.
Wimbledon in the Gardens, free, just turn up, 27 June-10 July, 11am-8pm.
Watch Wimbledon at Screen on the Canal, King's Cross
Take a seat on the ghat steps of Kings Place (King's Cross) anytime during the Championships, and you can watch the Centre Court action on Everyman's big screen, set up just across the canal. The steps have been given an apt lawn effect, with oversized pillows for extra comfort. A special strawberries and cream ice cream is available from nearby Ruby Violet.
Screen on the Canal, free, just turn up, 27 June-10 July.
Wimbledon screenings at Summer by the River
Huge free festival Summer by the River is back next to the Thames between London Bridge and Tower Bridge this summer. There's a wealth of free events including film screenings, live music, theatre shows and, for two weeks, Wimbledon screenings.
The tennis is shown on a large screen at The Scoop, the open-air amphitheatre next to the old City Hall building.
Summer by the River, free, just turn up, Wimbledon screenings 27 June-10 July, 12pm-10pm (wider festival runs May-September).
Wimbledon screenings at Vinegar Yard, London Bridge
Outdoor food court Vinegar Yard is open daily, and has fixed up an outdoor screen in its courtyard that's showing the Championships. Among refreshments are Bacardi based cocktails and slices from Bad Boy Pizza Society.
Vinegar Yard, London Bridge, free entry, book ahead, 27 June-10 July.
Watch the tennis at the Dog & Fox, Wimbledon
Claiming to have 'the biggest screen in Wimbledon' (not sure if that includes the one on Murray Mound), the Dog & Fox pub invites tennis lovers to its Coach House Terrace, where we're promised the Pimm's is flowing for the duration of the tournament.
The Dog & Fox, free entry, book ahead, 27 June-10 July.
Watch the tennis at the Alexandra, Wimbledon
Located less than 30 minutes' walk from the Championships, the Alexandra is really getting into the spirit of things, screening all the matches broadcast on the BBC throughout the tournament, in its 'Alexfresco' area. Burgers and summery Sipsmith gin concoctions are also in the offing.
The Alexandra, free entry, book ahead, 27 June-10 July.
Wimbledon screenings at The Refinery Bankside, Southwark
Tuck into Pimm's pitchers and strawberry desserts at The Refinery Bankside, which is screening the tennis action out the front of the restaurant on a large HD screen. As well as outdoor tables, there are deckchairs to crash on.
The Refinery Bankside, free entry, book ahead, 28 June-10 July (open Tuesday-Sunday)
Wimbledon screenings at Summer in the Square, Baker Street
Portman Square Garden hosts a programme of summer entertainment, including screenings of the final stages of Wimbledon, as part of Summer in the Square. Kick back on a deckchair in front of the big screen as the final days of the tournament are shown.
Wimbledon at Summer in the Square, free just turn up, 5-10 July, 12pm-8pm.
Strawberries and Screen at Duke of York Square, Chelsea
The running track at Duke of York Square hosts Wimbledon screenings over the final weekend of the tournament. Bring your own picnic blanket to sit on, or prebook a VIP experience — bookings aren't open at time of writing, but sign up to the newsletter to be alerted when you can book. A pop-up stall will be selling strawberries and cream throughout the weekend, or you can order yourself a picnic hamper from nearby grocer's, Partridge's.
Wimbledon Finals at Greenwich Peninsula
As part of Summer Sessions at Greenwich Peninsula, the final two days of this year's Wimbledon are shown. It's free to watch on the big screen in North Greenwich, close to The 02.
Wimbledon at Greenwich Peninsula, free, just turn up, 9-10 July, from 2pm.