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Sunday, 10 July 2016


Andy Murray face bore so much joy and relief after he beat Milos
Raonic to win a second wimbledon title in his career. Murray slumped
into his seat and held his tears in a towel after a ending a three
year title wait.
That barren stretch of 36 months had included an occasion of
placing second to his nemesis Novak Djokovic in the Australian and
French Open.
Murray became the next favourite after Djokovic's shock exit in
the third round of the tourney. But he had to play careful or gain the
repute of the first professional to lose in the finals of three
grandslams at a stretch.
"I'm proud to get my hands on the trophy
again," said the 29-year-old, who
beat Raonic 6-4 7-6(3) 7-6(2).
For his coach, Ivan Lendi, its a done job and right now Murray's
losses stand at 12-0. And its just a month after his coaching
relationship with the tennis star was re-kindled.
In their first period together, Murray picked up two grand slam
titles and also an Olympic medal at the 2012 Olympics. But. Since
Lendi's absence, things haven't been the best for Murray, who has lost
out at the finals of three major tournaments.
But under the guide of Lendi, there are high hopes things could get
balanced soon.
"I've had some great moments but also some
tough losses and this win feels extra special
because of the tough losses," Murray said
moments after spotting his name on the gilded
surface of the Cup.
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