By S.L. Price
July 07, 2013
In beating Novak Djokovic Sunday, Andy Murray became the first Brit in 77 years to win Wimbledon.
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Andy Murray's win at Wimbledon proved a relief as much as a thrill for player and countrymen alike.
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But it was before that, when Murray was sitting in his chair waiting, that what he'd done began to tell. He was bowed over at first, face in his hands and head shaking back and forth as if to say no. Finally his hands dropped and he sat back, but his eyes stayed wide and his head was still shaking. You've never seen a winner in such disbelief, and everyone knew just how he felt. And very soon that, too, would come to an end.

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