Famous throughout the globe for hosting the world's most keenly anticipated summer tennis championships, this pretty district, in southwest London, is within the borough of Merton and was part of Surrey up until 1965. It's at the edges of London (seven miles from the centre), just northeast of Surrey, with Wandsworth to its north. Among its charms, besides the tennis, are the New Wimbledon Theatre (saved ten years ago from the threat of redevelopment) and the beautiful common, one of the capital's biggest patches of parkland. If you've had enough of stretching your legs in its swaths of rolling, green land, then a gay massage in Wimbledon is the ideal complement. Thanks to overland and tube connections, it's easy for gorgeous, gym-fit therapists to come to you with their healing hands. There comes a time when all men should try male massage. Wimbledon is as fine as any a place in which to try it.
Then, perhaps, it's on to the 'village' part of the district where all kinds of retail pleasures, from established chains to independent boutiques, await you. As you stroll, you'll see why it's a popular residential sector, with pretty Victorian houses, squares and little side-streets. If you don't find what you're looking for here, then there's the 'town', too, which rises up near the railway station. Though this place may not have the same buzz as central London, what it does have is a quaint, genteel charm that's very much its own. On top of that, there's the option of gay massage in Wimbledon. We can quickly pair you up with your ideal man; young, fun and armed with an array of tantalising tricks and soothing, seductive suggestions. When you reemerge from your appointment, there'll be a weightlessness to you, a giddy relief that will stay with you for the whole weekend.