Found July 08, 2013 on
Source: Andy Murray Facebook
Newly crowned Wimbledon champ Andy Murray has never been a stickler for social media. He's flirted with the technology occassionally, but never really embraced Twitter or Facebook. But something has changed for the Scot. Perhaps it is that the constant barrage of criticism he faced has come to an abrupt halt after his Wimbledon victory. Or maybe he's just feeling all warm and snuggly towards his loyal fans. Regardless, we are LOVING the new social media savvy Andy Murray.
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We can imagine that the minutes immediately following a win in the Wimbledon final are something of a haze. Your mind is probably not all there.
So Andy Murray can be excused for a brief, funny, little lapse Sunday after finishing off his win over Novak Djokovic . Murray climbed into his box in the stands above Centre Court and gave hugs or high-fives to just about everyone:
After becoming the first British tennis player to win Wimbledon in 77 years, Andy Murray has become quite the star and surely his life changed forever in his homeland and throughout the world. As Murray has been entrenched into history, some fans simply won’t let the win go and have gone to great lengths to keep the milestone victory close to heart. A little over the top? I think...
This one is forever. For Andy Murray. For Britain. It took forever.
It lasts forever.
Andy Murray is the Wimbledon champion. How many times has he heard that in his head over the years? How many times has he told himself he'd never be there? He beat Novak Djokovic 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 on Sunday. He is the first Brit to win Wimbledon since Fred Perry in 1936.
When Murray jumped into...
A fan immortalized Andy Murray's historical Wimbledon win with a tattoo of the tennis star on his butt cheek.
For those of you keeping score at home, Andy Murray won the Wimbledon 2013. It was the first time a Brit won the tournament since 1936. I’ll say that again, the first time a Wimbledon was won by someone on their native soil in 77 years. That’s pretty incredible, but as much as you enjoy tennis (which we do) today we’re just going to take a look see at some of the celebs who...
Djokovic leads 11-8 2006 Madrid Masters, clay-outdoor, R16, Djokovic, 1-6, 7-5, 6-3.
2007 Indian Wells Masters, hard-outdoor, SF, Djokovic, 6-2, 6-3.
2007 Miami Masters, hard-outdoor, SF, Djokovic, 6-1, 6-0.
2008 Monte-Carlo Masters, clay-outdoor, R16, Djokovic, 6-0, 6-4.
2008 Toronto Masters, hard-outdoor, QF, Murray, 6-3, 7-6 (3).
2008 Cincinnati Masters, hard-outdoor, F,...
Congratulations to Andy Murray! 2013 Wimbledon Champ!
Andy Murray has brought pride to a nation.
With Murray’s 6-4,7-5,6-4 victory over the top seeded Novak Djokovic, he’s broken a 77-year drought of British players winning on the grass of Wimbledon.
The 26-year-old Scot is the first Brit to win there since Fred Perry in 1936. Murray has been on a red hot streak leading up to this historic victory today, last summer he won...
Obviously, Andy Murray’s defeat of Novak Djokovic to secure the 2013 Wimbledon men’s title was a monumental and historic moment in tennis history. Being the first British man in 77 years to win the men’s singles title at the grandest tennis tournament in all the land, a tournament that just so happens to be played [...]The post Andy Murray’s historic win at Wimbledon, as...
I know Burnsy just posted a gallery of celebrities reacting to Andy Murray becoming the first British man since 1936 to win the Wimbledon Men’s Singles title, and I’m aware that gallery featured Loki from The Avengers. What it did NOT feature, however, was video of Andy Murray humping a giant trophy before crushing Heath Ledger’s Joker from The Dark Knight with a giant tennis...
Even a historic victory by Andy Murray could not make up for the absence of Roger Federer. Wimbledon coverage featuring the Murray/Novak Djokovic men’s final earned a 2.0 overnight rating on ESPN Sunday, down 35% [...]
(July 8, 2013) Andy Murray was overcome with emotion on Sunday on his way to winning his first Wimbledon title at the All England Club, a historic day for a nation celebrated.
After the congratulatory hugs and kisses from family and friends, a message from the Queen of England and a phone call from David Beckham, he jetted off to the Wimbledon Champions Ball looking every bit the...
The third Grand Slam of the tennis season was marked by early upsets, surprise stars and a picture perfect triumph. Andy Murray’s straight set Wimbledon win over Novak Djokovic made him the first male British winner in 77 years. On the women’s side, Marion Bartoli scored her first Grand Slam title, with a dominant victory over Sabine Lisicki. But Wimbledon’s all-white styling...
Novak Djokovic was taking risks because he was tired, and Andy Murray capitalized with flawless defense.