11 Jul Enjoy Wimbledon the Product of the Year way!
WIMBLEDON serves up a once-a-year wonder-opportunity for many brands.
There’s Robinsons, which has been the official soft drink provider since 1935. Tournament partner Pimms will have served up 230,000 glasses by the end of Sunday’s final. Häagen-Dazs is the official ice cream of Wimbledon, while Evian and Lanson provide the water and champagne for the All England extravaganza.
Its brands like this that have become almost as much a part of the Wimbledon experience as the tennis itself. But, amongst all this tradition, there’s got to be some room for newcomers too, right?
That’s why we’ve trawled the illustrious Product of the Year winners of 2018, and picked the top 10 products which should have their place in every true tennis fan’s trolley.
With 110,000 scones served up during Wimbledon fortnight, our winner in the ‘Spread’ category is a healthy must-have for tennis fans.
They clean, lift stains and brighten – and sound like a must for every dirty tennis kit.
A cool 135,000 ice creams are eaten at Wimbledon each year. Can’t make it to the tournament? Get a taste of the action with this make-at-home version.
Limber up for the match of your life – even if you’re simply a spectator – which some muscle-building protein.
Fancy yourself as the next Federer? Give your abs a workout and build your strength and fitness with this fold-away workout.
Get those tennis whites sparkling with this innovative washing machine, and winner of Product of the Year’s ‘Household Appliance’ category.
Got a morning match? Wake up with the Breakfast Brew. Taking time out from the action with the Breaktime brew. And finally, with a win in the bag, wind down with the Bedtime brew from our ‘Tea’ winner.
Stay smooth, on court or off, with this clever little travel razor.
Because before those high-tension grudge matches, some super-soft loo roll becomes something of a necessity.
A glass of the white stuff is essential for strong bones, so tuck in with our winner which supports local farmers.
And have some fun on the pitch as well as off, with our top tips on getting stuck into the game.