When you hear the words 'Wimbledon Final', it's hard not to relive the day last July when Andy Murray became the first British man to win the coveted trophy in 77 years. The nation rejoiced in patriotism that our first real contender had finally put us out of our misery of mediocrity.
Andy Murray has revealed his delight at the way his seminal Wimbledon win brought his family together. Murray was pictured
Needless to say, expectations are high of another successful run here at Flushing Meadows next month. Rugby followers may have noticed that two days before Andy Murray's achievement the British and Irish Lions won their first Test series victory since 1997, in Australia. So after a long drought we Brits are beginning to enjoy the taste of victory.
Andy Murray is the best tennis player in the world, according to his coach Ivan Lendl. The Scot finally ended Britain's 77
David Cameron has fuelled speculation that Wimbledon champion Andy Murray will be recommended for a knighthood. The Prime
Andy Murray looked remarkably fresh the morning after his Wimbledon final success at the All England Club. Clean-shaven and
Whenever Andy Murray wins, he is characterised by the London media, as a battling Brit, but whenever he loses, he is portrayed as a sour, aloof, remote, grumpy, ill-tempered Scot. But for all the media criticism of his personality, is it possible that his legendary reserve has in fact been a key strength, carrying him to victory?
"He's made history," Andy Murray's father, William, gushed about his son. "From a little gangly boy from Dunblane, it's just
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