By David Garrido
Newsbeat sports reporter
Ravi Bopara bats for England against the West Indies
The football season is over, so it's now over to cricket, tennis and motor racing to keep sports fans entertained over the summer.
But it's typical. On the day we're kicking off our summer of sport, you look out of the window, it's overcast and threatening to chuck it down at any moment. Should we be surprised? Probably not.
Whatever happens with the weather, Lord's is the starting point, with the ICC World Twenty20 getting underway.
England are hosting the tournament and their first match is a gimme against the Netherlands.
They're expected to make the Super Eights at the very least, but semi-finals would be nice for the home fans.
With the Ashes just over a month away, momentum is everything, and a good display in the shorter form of the game should help Kevin Pietersen and co. prepare to take on the Aussies later on.
So the cricket will be framing our summer with events at the beginning and end, but there's plenty more stuff in between, such as the Formula 1 British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
What we already know is that Jenson Button will go into the race as championship leader, and what a season it's been for him already.
Taking the chequered flag in front of a British crowd in the last F1 race at the circuit for a while would make it all the sweeter, and Lewis Hamilton will be after a decent showing too.
Straight after the Grand Prix on the Sunday, we're off to south-west London for two weeks of grass court tennis at Wimbledon. Andy Murray's now the world number three and he has a great chance of winning his first grand slam at SW19.
Newsbeat will be reporting from Centre Court, which has a hi-tech new roof, so at least play won't be affected there if it rains.
Cricket fans at Lords for England's Twenty20 match
We'll also do our best to get through the entire fortnight without mentioning a single Wimbledon cliché like "strawberries and cream". Fingers crossed.
The fun doesn't stop there, oh no. Three days after the men's singles final, the Ashes gets underway in Cardiff.
Newsbeat will be at all the test matches, which means going from the Welsh capital back to Lord's, then Edgbaston, Headingley and the Oval.
Australia are slight favourites, but if the series is still alive by that fifth and final game, who knows?
We'll also squeeze in a bit of MotoGP too, with the British Grand Prix at Donington. Worth keeping an eye on Bradley Smith in the 125cc class.
As well as a sports diary updating throughout the summer, there'll be plenty of cool videos too.