Men’s Tennis champions : 27 Week 2013

Tennis = love game of God

MURRAY’S HISTORIC

WIMBLEDON TRIUMPH

CELEBRATED

ACROSS

GREAT BRITAIN

Andy Murray beams from the front pages of every British national newspaper on Monday.

The Scot became the first British male singles titlist at The Championships since Fred Perry in 1936 with a 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 victory over Novak Djokovic in Sunday’s final at Wimbledon.

Newspapers produced souvenir editions with front page headlines including, ‘History Boy’, ‘Champion’, ‘Magical Murray’, ‘At Last’, ‘After 77 Years, The Wait Is Over’ and ‘Now it’ll be arise, Sir Andy!’

The Times leader noted that, “In winning the men’s singles title, Andy Murray achieved something that nobody present on Centre Court at Wimbledon under the age of 77 had seen. His victory brings to an end the longest wait in British sporting life.”

The Daily Telegraph wrote, “Finally, the ghost of Fred Perry can rest… In ending this long and anguished wait; Murray enters the pantheon of the…

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