Will 2012 serve up burgers and fries at Wimbledon?
A Wimbledon tennis tournament without Pimms...but with McDonalds burgers and fries?
The "Wimbledon Green" make-up of the SW19 complex replaced by the reds and pinks of the London 2012 logo?
And the players ditching their traditional whites for colourful kit?
Could it really happen at the 2012 Olympics? And what would the conservative world of British tennis make of it all?
I was down at Wimbledon today and there's no doubt the 2012 organisers want to change the face of the famous tennis club for the Olympic tournament.
They are planning to dress up the tournament with the brighter colours of the Olympic logo and mascots. So goodbye to that ubiquitous dark green.
The courts won't change that much although you can expect the Olympic rings to be woven into the nets.
But players won't have to wear whites for the Games, 2012 sports director Debbie Jevans told me. You can see my interview with her here.
But there's no guarantee of getting a glass of Pimms at the 2012 tournament because Olympic sponsors and drinks will rule the complex.
That means McDonalds in principle could sell burgers there and Coca-Cola is likely to be everywhere.
It's a smaller tournament with fewer players and fewer spectators. But maybe it's a good idea to make the Olympic tournament very different from Wimbledon which will finish just 20 days before the Games event starts. It might bring in a younger audience.
What do you think?
Is it OK to ditch years of tradition for a special Olympic tournament?