Welcome to the grounds of Wimbledon! Loads of people will be queueing every day to catch a glimpse of the hotly contested matches in this PYW Grand Slam, with a great amount of allure.
What's at stake? Besides one of the greatest titles, a great load of points can be racked up. And no one is assured of their position on the PYW rankings. Let's take a look at what points can be earned:
* If a qualifier loses in the first round, she gets no first round points as usual.
** Note that these points (R128, Qualifier, Q3, Q2 and Q1) are different from the official points, to make it fairer.
What an exciting tournament Wimbledon has been for PYW. Surely no one would have expected to see both British wild card Elena Baltacha and American Venus Williams  in the final of Wimbledon. Top favourites Elena Dementieva, Mary Pierce, Daniela Hantuchova and Maria Kirilenko were all upset in early stages; Kim Clijsters did not make it past the quarter finals.
Just like the Australian Open, which was won by Shinobu Asagoe of Japan, this Grand Slam will give us a surprise finalist. Will Baltacha take home her first ever title in front of her home crowd? Or will Venus win her second tournament, after Antwerp earlier this year?
Let's take a look at the players' road to the final:
Elena Baltacha GBR [WC]
R128: Séverine Beltrame FRA [Q] | 6-2 6-4 R64: Elena Dementieva RUS  | 6-2 6-4 R32: Mashona Washington | 6-2 4-6 6-4 R16: Anastasia Myskina RUS  | 6-2 6-4 QF: Silvia Farina Elia ITA  | 6-3 6-3 SF: Patty Schnyder SUI  | 6-4 6-4
Venus Williams USA 
R128: Lindsay Lee-Waters USA [LL] | 6-2 6-4 R64: Ludmila Cervanova SVK | 6-4 6-2 R32: Daniela Hantuchova SVK  | 6-3 6-7 7-6 R16: Serena Williams USA  | 6-1 6-1 QF: Ana Ivanovic SCG  | 5-7 6-4 7-6 SF: Nadia Petrova RUS  | 7-5 6-2
This tournament is eager to be concluded today. Will it be Bally or Venus? Go ahead and vote for who you want to win PYW Wimbledon 2005.
Elena Baltacha GBR [WC] v. Venus Williams USA 
"I want to do things on my own terms, I can't have anything take me out.
I have never given up and it's important for me to prove to myself that I can do this, and to prove to me that i'm a champion.
If I were just to sit down, lay down and give in, then I wouldn't have any respect for myself." VW