Edgbaston Priory's chief executive Robert Bray and his team of line judges, ball crews and groundsmen have just one day left to ensure everything is ready ahead of Monday's AEGON Classic.
And while the court lines are drawn and enough strawberries arrive to feed up to 2,000 guests each day, Bray can rest easy knowing the grounds are ready to welcome some of the top names in women's tennis.
"Everything is coming together. The grounds are fantastic, the courts look superb and the stadium is built," he said.
"There is a new sponsor to British tennis in life assurance and pensions company AEGON and this year they have the name of our tournament, so there will be a brand new look and layout.
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