If you can't face the queues for Murray Mound at Wimbledon, several outdoor big screens in London are showing the men's final for free.
ITV London weather presenter Manali Lukha has said that this weekend is set to be hot for both Wimbledon players and spectators alike.
Laura Robson initially found herself assuming the role of family ball girl. The situation now could not be more different.
Andy Murray's Wimbledon victory was watched by a peak of 17.3 million viewers, the BBC said.
The 26-year-old World Number Two beat Serbian world number one Novak Djokovic in straight sets to become the first British man to lift the coveted trophy for 77 years.
The BBC said that Sunday's Men's Final, broadcast on BBC1, attracted a five-minute peak of 17.3 million.
It said that the figure was up on last year's final, which was watched by a peak of 17 million when Murray lost to Roger Federer.
Murray mania hasn't just gripped those in the All England club - it's been spilling out to the whole city. And locals in Wimbledon say Murray's win isn't the only reason 2013 has been one of the best ever. Ruth Banks has more.
Andy Murray has been congratulated privately by the Queen following his historic win
.A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman said: "I can confirm that the Queen has sent a private message to Andy Murray following his Wimbledon victory."
– Andy Murray, Wimbledon champion
"It feels slightly different to last year, last year was one of the toughest moments of my career.
It was an unbelievably tough match, so many long games and I don't know how I managed to come through that.That final game was unbelievable, three match points.
I understand how much everyone else wanted to see a British winner at Wimbledon so I hope you guys enjoyed it, I did my best.
I have got a great team, they have stuck by me through a lot of tough moments and this one is especially for Ivan as well."
Andy Murray has become the first British men's Wimbledon champion since Fred Perry won for the third successive year in 1936.
Murray won in straight sets against Novak Djokovic (6-4 7-5 6-4).
Andy Murray ended 77 years of hurt for British tennis as he clinched the Wimbledon men's singles title.
Not since Fred Perry won for the third successive year, in 1936, had the grass-court grand slam seen a home victory in the men's final.
But Murray put last year's defeat to Roger Federer firmly behind him by beating world number one Novak Djokovic 6-4 7-5 6-4 on Centre Court.