Fair Britain on His Shoulders

Andy Murray waves to the crowd after being defeated in his Gentlemen's Singles final match against Roger Federer on day thirteen of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships on July 8, 2012. Photograph by Julian Finney/Getty Images

[Murray] added: “I’d be playing I guess probably the wrong sport if I wasn’t emotional. I mean, I thought I played a pretty good match. A lot of close shots, a lot of close games, a lot of break points here and there. He played very, very well the last two sets especially. When the roof closed he played unbelievable tennis.”

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