As much as people might be cheering Andy Murray on to win, it seems that there is some focus on his girlfriend Kim Sears.
The Wimbledon WAG has been named best hair.
The 25 year old won the title from hair care brand Fabriah.com who asked 720 women to select the tennis WAG whose hair they most admired.
Stylish Kim walked away with over a fifth of the vote, 21%, with respondents saying they loved her causal yet well groomed look.
One respondent said: “We see a lot of Kim Sears now Andy Murray is on top form, and I love her style. She looks so relaxed and natural, not primped and preened like the footballing WAGS. She genuinely looks like the kind of person I’d love to have a good gossip with – and her style is just perfect for Centre Court.”
Taking second place was Maria Perello with 16%, the partner of former champion Rafael Nadal. She was praised for her long, curly locks and natural beauty.
Jelena Risitc, the girlfriend of number one seed Novak Djokovic, came in at third with 15% followed by Sara Foster, actress and wife of Tommy Haas with 13% of the vote.
Lleyton Hewitt’s actress wife Bec took fifth place with 11% with respondents loving her natural hair and beauty.
Taking joint sixth place was Charlotte Deon, the girlfriend of Jo Wilfred Tsonga and Jenni Mostrom who’s Rodin Soderling’s wife with seven per cent of the vote.
The wife of American tennis ace James Blake, Emily Snider took the eighth spot with five per cent.
Ester Satorova, the girlfriend of Toman Berdych and Mirka Federer, Roger’s wife took the final two places with three and two per cent respectively.
Spokeswoman for Fabriah.com, Francesca Davies said: “Kim Sears has rightly been crowned as the top Wimbledon WAG with the best hair. She always looks so effortlessly gorgeous and her hair is so healthy, bouncy and shiny.
“The tennis wives and girlfriends always look immaculate and bearing in mind they can sit around a tennis court for hours, their hair looks amazing. Most of us I’m sure would end up with a frizzy mop after a mix of rain, sunshine and more rain.”
With that on board, we've enlisted the help of Warren Holmes, Creative Director at Nicky Clarke to give his tips and tricks on how to get the hairstyle.
Now we can achieve that full, blouncy blowdry at home.
Take diagonal sections beginning at the nape of neck and comb through Nicky Clarke Flexible Hold Mousse.
To achieve the shine and healthy look to the hair, add some smoothening cream throughout the hair by combing through large sections and squeezing into the hair. Avoid the roots to avoid build up which can leave hair greasy.
Blast the hair 90% with the Nicky Clarke Pro 2000 AC Dryer dry to take out all the moisture.
Section off the fringe area in a triangle section. Using a vent brush, move from side to side so there is no natural part to the hair. Use a small round brush and blow dry the ends downwards. Avoid the roots. Volume will naturally appear due to the movement created by the Vent brush.
To create that little bit of movement, set the hair in Nicky Clarke’s Classic Compact rollers. Leave these in as long as possible to create optimum bounce to the hair.
Release the rollers and brush out using a wide tooth comb for separation.