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Sunday, July 7, 2013

WIMBLEDON | Defeat Novak Djokovic (6-4, 7-5, 6-4) Murray, 77 years after Perry

The 'Henman Hill' outer space within the All England Club that welcomes those who never had the privilege of joining the Central, and has definitely been renamed in popular parlance. Andy Murray's Wimbledon champion, for joy of a bloated that gives the most ardent welcome the heir to Fred Perry , the last local champion in 1936. History welcomes the new British winner, who takes over from the legendary tennis player and won his second Grand Slam title.The world number two beat Novak Djokovic 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 in ending the long wait of the inventors of the game, swollen with pride to the Scottish heroic achievement.  In Dunblane, yes, trivial matter when it comes to combining identical concerns about illusion, to dust off the books and return the tennis map the Union Jack flag. This was made ​​clear with the joyous confluence of political leaders, from David Cameron , British Prime Minister to Alex Salmond , the Scottish counterpart. Andy Murray kisses the grass prostrate after embracing his opponent and shake hands with the occupants of the front rows, before crossing the first and embrace content with his mother.Olympic champion last year at the same venue, also winner of the U.S. Open, Andy Murray, 26, reached the roof of his career as the winner of a dispute already classic workmanship. It was marked by the tacticism end, by the cold and cautious attitude of two men used to be measured in maximum liability parties.Something anxious from the start, Djokovic was the dominant player and fireproof than usual. He was exposed to the service to a player who is as good as it handles when subtracting. He lost the first set in 59 minutes, in what seemed a synthesis of confrontation. Lengthy rallies on a lawn spent diluting its essence as the tournament progresses. Maximum physical imperative, more, perhaps, for coming to beat Djokovic to Del Potro in the semifinals longest ever played at the All England Club. Murray, pushed by the stands, turned side 4-1 in the second set to finish winning it thanks to a break in the eleventh game favored by a double fault of the Balkans. Djokovic was an extreme and erratic. Winner of the Australia Open and a semifinalist at Roland Garros, seeking his second title in 'Cathedral', and with him endorsing their condition undisputed world number one. Nobody doubts even in the ranking, but the fact is that the three majors played so far have had a different winner, with Nadal at Roland Garros triumph. Murray put the whole face with the break in the first game of the third set but 'Nole' was unwilling to grant a victory so frank. After losing the 2012 final against Federer, discoursed on this occasion by a paved box because Nadal's early exit and Swiss. It was not easy, despite everything, to reach final Sunday. He had nearly a foot in the street outside Verdasco in the quarter, and suffered her stuff before the emerging JanowiczThe proximity of the target generated the logical hesitation on his racket. It became 4-2 down, but in the tone of constant back and forth, back with a break in the seventh. In an exercise of intelligence and integrity, balance returned to the marker. Djokovic unfortunately lost the serve. A Murray was not going to shake your hand in his last turn serve. I got to the fourth match point after facing three break points'.The reverse of 'Nole' remained in the network. On Sunday, hot, rare sunshine in London, I would be forever noted in tennis in this country, that the hand of Andy Murray enjoys a sensational new dawn.

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