The No.1 British’s male player has made Tennis history and touched what some commentators say is the pinnacle of his career.
Finally it’s all been worth the wait. The British’s No.1 and world’s No.2 player Andy Murray has become the Champion of Wimbledon 2013. Murray has made Britain’s dream come true all be it a long 77 years after Fred Perry won in 1936.
Murray’s Wimbledon triumph against the world’s No.1 player Novak Djokovic in a 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 straight set win was unexpected and surprising.
Andy Murray is the Champion of US Open, Wimbledon and he is also the reigning Olympic Champion.
He is the first British Man to become a Grand Slam Champion since 1936 and at the US Open 2012 he became the first British Player to receive the title since 1977. At the 2012 Olympic Games Murray conquered Roger Federer in straight set match and became the first British Olympic Champion in over 100 years.
Murray and Djokovic have met 19 times : 2 times on Clay, 15 times on Hard Courts and 2 times on Grass. Djokovic defeated Murray 11 times, but finals seem to be lucky for Murray, winning 5 matches among the 9 finals against this Serbian professional. Both of these players have met in four major finals in which, Djokovic defeated Murray in 2011 and 2013 Australian Open and Murray captured the US Open and Wimbledon titles.
The Scott received a standing ovation from the crowd and he embraced his opponent Novak Djokovic with a smile after acquiring the title. Murray went back to the player’s box to celebrate success with his coach Ivan Lendl, who has won much in tennis including 8 Grand slams. Briton Andy Murray has finally done it for his country and made Great Britain proud.