Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Andy Murray’s first grand slam win defeating Novak Djokovic

Seventy-six Years after Fred Perry

Andy Murray becomes Champion

The wait is over. Seventy-six years after Fred Perry became the last British man to win a Grand Slam singles title with his victory just down the road from here at Forest Hills, Andy Murray achieved his lifetime’s ambition at Flushing Meadows last night when he won the US Open.

 Sean Connery celebrates Andy Murray’s first grand slam win

Actor Sean Connery watched from court side, clapping, yelling and even fist-pumping each time his fellow Scotsman won a crucial point. Murray rewarded Connery by eking out a five-set win in nearly five hours, his long-awaited first grand slam victory after four previous losses in the final of a major and six in the semifinals.

Connery and the rest of the pro-Murray crowd appeared destined for heartbreak when Djokovic fought his way out of a two-set hole by outplaying the frustrated Scotsman in the third and fourth sets. Murray regained his composure in the fifth set, however, breaking Djokovic three times in the set for a 6-2 win.

 

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