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Kisses all round... and the loudest roar as Andy hugs mum: Judy's tears as Murray is first British man to win Wimbledon in 77 years

Monday, July 8, 2013
Andy Murray beats Novak Djokovic 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 on Centre Court in a scorching Wimbledon men's singles final
Scot, 26, becomes the first British man to win Wimbledon since 1936 and puts himself in line for a knighthood
Embraces his coach, physio, dietician, fitness guru, girlfriend, best friend, father, friends - and then his mother
Girlfriend Kim Sears and Judy Murray among boisterous crowd yesterday as court temperatures nudged 50C

By ROBERT HARDMAN

Our golden boy: Andy Murray ends 77 years of waiting for a British champion as he kisses the Wimbledon men's trophy yesterday after defeating world No 1 Novak Djokovic in straight sets



Game, set, match, championship, sporting history and 77 years of collective national gratitude to the Olympian from Dunblane.
In an epic display of resilience, perseverance and sheer guts, Andy Murray finally filled the greatest void in British sport’s trophy cabinet at 5.24 yesterday afternoon, beating Novak Djokovic 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 to become the first British man to win Wimbledon since 1936 and put himself in line for a knighthood.

Glorious moment for British sport: Andy Murray holds up the Wimbledon trophy after defeating Serbia's Novak Djokovic in the Men's Final today

He nearly committed an equally historic faux-pas at the moment of triumph, having clambered up into the stands to embrace his coach, physio, dietician, fitness guru, girlfriend, best friend, father and a few chums along the way. On his way down again, he remembered that there was someone else seated just behind the players’ box.

So proud of you, son: Andy Murray finally makes it up into the crowd to give mother Judy a hug and a kiss after beating Novak Djokovic...

...she had earlier wept for joy as Murray took the point to become the first British men’s singles winner since 1936

Sheer relief: Andy Murray collapses to his knees after beating Novak Djokovic in three straight sets

To arguably the loudest cheers of the entire day, he returned to hug his mum.
History will record this as a straight sets affair. There was, of course, nothing straightforward in his victory over the world No 1. Time after time, the path to victory was blocked as the indomitable Serbian bounced back and pushed Murray to the limits.

What a match: Great Britain's Andy Murray celebrates beating Serbia's Novak Djokovic on a sweltering day 13 of the Wimbledon Championships in south-west London

At times, the Centre Court temperature was nudging 50C (122F). While that precluded any use of the dreaded sliding roof, which Murray hates, it made for Saharan conditions.
The 26-year-old wasn’t just sweating. Long before the first set was over, his shirt would have breached a hosepipe ban. Up in the Royal Box, even the Duke of Kent, president of the All England Club, had already removed his jacket, whereupon the Prime Minister, Leader of the Opposition and others felt safe to follow suit.


Unbelievable: On his knees, head in hands, Murray is overcome by his achievement at the end of his dramatic match against Novak Djokovic of Serbia

Winners: Andy Murray, left, poses with the Wimbledon trophy alongside Novak Djokovic after he won the Men's singles final match at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships in Wimbledon

He's done it! Spectators watching a TV screen in an outdoor area of Wimbledon celebrate as Andy Murray beats Novak Djokovic of Sebia in the men's singles final

Applause: Murray poses with the Gentlemen's Singles Trophy during the Wimbledon Championships 2013 Winners Ball at the InterContinental Park Lane Hotel

She can't believe it: Kim Sears was ecstatic as Murray won the championship point at the end of an action-packed Wimbledon men's singles final



source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2357973/Andy-Murray-wins-Wimbledon-Loudest-roar-came-went-hug-emotional-mum-Judy-Murray.html
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