(24 Jun 2010)
1. Mid high angle of royal motorcade arriving at the All England Lawn Tennis Cub grounds in Wimbledon
2. Wide of Queen Elizabeth II getting out of limousine and being greeted by the Duke of Kent, the Queen's cousin and Wimbledon Patron
3. Mid of Wimbledon 'ball girl' curtseying to the Queen and presenting her with a bouquet of flowers
4. Mid of the Queen walking past well wishers
5. Push in high angle of tennis courts and Queen's entourage passing alongside
6. Rear view of the Queen watching tennis demonstration++Fades to next shot++
7. High angle of tennis demonstration
8. Mid of the Queen watching ball going back and forth over the net
9. High angle of tennis demonstration
10. Rear view of the Queen walking through grounds
11. Tracking shot of the Queen walking into member's lawn to meet tennis players
12. Wide of the Queen talking to former Wimbledon champion Billie Jean King
13. Mid of former Wimbledon champion Martina Navratilova curtseying to the Queen
14. Wide of tennis player Serena Williams curtseying to the Queen
15. Close-up of Williams talking to the Queen
16. Mid of current Wimbledon champion Roger Federer bowing to Queen
17. Wide zoom in of the Queen walking towards Centre Court entrance waving to crowd
18. Mid of the Queen waving to crowd
19. Pull out of Queen walking into Centre Court enclosure to wide top view of Centre Court
Queen Elizabeth II arrived at Wimbledon on Thursday for her first visit to the All England Club since 1977.
Her Majesty was expected to watch the opening game on Centre Court between British number one, Andy Murray and Finnish player, Jarkko Nieminen.
The queen emerged from a car near Wimbledon's practice courts an hour before the day's first matches, and walked toward Centre Court along a walkway lined with spectators.
When she reached the members' lawn, she met several players, including Roger Federer, Venus and Serena Williams, Andy Roddick, and former Wimbledon champions Martina Navratilova and Billie Jean King.
Serena Williams greeted the queen with the curtsey she had been practicing.
Roddick and Federer bowed.
Spectators cheered as the queen then walked to the clubhouse for lunch.
The last time the queen visited in 1977, she presented Virginia Wade with the ladies' singles championship.
No Briton has won a singles title since.
Murray is the only British singles player left in this year's tournament.
Although in decades past the tennis club maintained a tradition of a bow or curtsey to royal attendees, that practice was dropped in 2003.
Murray says he still may bow.
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