Andy Murray becomes the first Briton in 77 Years to clinch Wimbledon Men’s Single title

Andy Murray of Britain created history when he defeated Serbian star player Novak Djokovic at Center Court of London to become the first Briton in 77 years to win the Men’s Singles Title at Wimbledon 2013.  Earlier he was Fred Perry, who won his last Championship in 1936.

Winners of other formats at Wimbledon: 

·         Mixed Doubles  FinalDaniel Nestor of Canada and Kristina Mladenovic of France. 

·         Girls’ Doubles – Championship – Final Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova of the Czech Republic

·         Boys’ Singles Championship – FinalGianluigi Quinzi of Italy

·         Boys’ Doubles Title – FinalNick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis of Australia.

·         Wheelchair Gentlemen’s Doubles Title – Final: Shingo Kunieda of Japan and Stephane Houdet of France. 

·         Wheelchair Ladies’ Doubles Title – Final: J. Griffioen and A. Van Koot of Netherlands.

·         Sr. Gents Invitation Doubles – Final: Pat Cash and Mark Woodforde of Australia.

·         Ladies’ Invitation Doubles – Final: L. Davenport of USA and Martina Hingis of Switzerland. 

·         Gentlemen’s Invitation Doubles – Final: Thomas Enqvist of Sweden and Mark Philippoussis of Australia.

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