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Another win at Wimbledon would put Roger Federer back on top of the tennis world with the No. 1 ranking once again. But his opponent, Andy Murray has the weight of a nation on his shoulders as he has his chance to become the first British man to win the men's singles title at Wimbledon since Fred Perry in 1936. Since bringing on Ivan Lendl as coach earlier this year, Murray plays with more focus and is a much tougher opponent than years past. But, at 30, Federer has regained the form that has earned him six previous titles at Wimbledon. Who will win?
2012 Wimbledon men's final 1 2 3 4 5 3 Roger Federer 2 4 Andy Murray 2 Set 1 Game 4: Murray starts off going up 40-15 with a short angle forcing Federer to hit long. But soon finds himself at deuce #2 when Federer hits to the deep deuce corner to get the advanatage and a shot into the net allows Federer to break and tie it up 2-2.
Game 3: Federer seems to be finding his way, making his shots in the corner baseline. But Murray isn't phased. On a deuce point, Murray hits the ball into the net giving Federer the advantage. And Federer takes an overhead to Murray who puts another into the net to get Federer on the board.
Game 2: Murray dictates the play, putting Federer on the run forcing a few errors from the six-time Champion to take a 2-0 lead.
Game 1: Federer won the coin toss and will serve first. Murray jumps out early and breaks Federer, contesting an ace along the way.
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Federer’s Keys to Victory:
1. Serve well- For Federer, it might not all end with the serve, but it definitely all starts with it. It might not be the biggest, but Federer still has one of the best serves on tour. Even a great returner like Djokovic couldn’t do much against Federer’s serve when it was on in the semifinals. Federer is not a player who will win a match by relying...
Roger Federer's seventh Wimbledon title turned into a quite a bonanza for international aid agency Oxfam.
Because of a bet made in 2003, the charity won $157,750 (101,840 pounds) when Federer defeated Andy Murray on Sunday in the Wimbledon final.
According to Oxfam, Nicholas Newlife bet that Federer would win seven Wimbledon titles before 2020. When Newlife died three years...
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Roger Federer of Switzerland talks to the media during a press interview session at Wimbledon today in London, England — Federer won his first Grand Slam in more than two years on Sunday — The Wimbledon win returns Federer to No. 1…right where he belongs. -TO
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Overnight ratings jumped substantially for the Wimbledon Men’s Final. Coverage of Wimbledon featuring the Roger Federer/Andy Murray Men’s Final drew a 3.1 overnight rating on ESPN Sunday afternoon, up 48% from Djokovic/Nadal last year (2.1), and up 63% from Nadal/Berdych in 2010 (1.9). The 3.1 is the highest for the Men’s Final of Wimbledon since Federer’s last appearance...
Hope turned to disappointment one more time for Andy Murray and British tennis.
Murray stood closer to the Wimbledon title Sunday than any British man had in three-quarters of a century, two sets away from ending one of the longest waits in British sports.
But he also stood across the net from Roger Federer, who knows better than anyone how to win on Centre Court, and who wasn...
Jo Wilfried Tsonga took a pretty hard shot from Andy Murray directly to his man bits during their match at Wimbledon on Friday. The only thing that made this video better was the fan who yelled “New Balls, Please” after it happened. Poor guy.
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Roger Federer isn’t finished yet. The six-time Wimbledon champ took out defending champ Novak Djokovic to get to his record 8th final at Wimbledon with the chance to tie Pete Sampras and his seven titles.
I have a confession to make: I’m an Andy Murray fan. I first became enamored with the talented Scot at the All England Club in 2008. He was two sets down and a break to another enigmatic competitor, the Frenchman Richard Gasquet, and looked like he’d go down quietly in three disappointing sets. Whether it was the Wimbledon crowd, Murray’s newfound dedication to fitness, or...
Tickets to the Wimbledon Men’s final have become an even hotter commodity now that Andy Murray has advanced to his first final at the All England Club. Murray beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in four sets on Friday to advance to Sunday’s final. The Scotsman has a chance to become the first U.K. player to win Wimbledon since 1938, and fans are dying to be there to see it happen.
Jo Wilfried-Tsonga took a forehand to the groin from England's Andy Murray during Friday's Wimbledon men's semifinal tennis match.
Tsonga got cheers from the crowd as he fought through the pain, and he was able to recover and close out the third set. Unfortunately, he wasn't able to get past Murray, who won the match in four sets.
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As if losing to Andy Murray wasn’t enough, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga got his balls rocked on this exchange. I feel you, bro
Eh...you never want this to happen at a major sporting event in front of thousands in person and millions on TV.
During Friday's Wimbeldon Semi-Finals Jo-Wilfried Tsonga squared off with Great Britian's Andy Murray, a match won by Murray.
As the two rallied in the third set, Tsonga went to the net...Murray tries to return the volley..and does. The shot..well...let&...
Men's Singles - Roger Federer (3), Switzerland
Women's Singles - Serena Williams (6), United States
Men's Doubles - Jonathan Marray, Britain, and Frederik Nielsen, Denmark
Women's Doubles - Serena and Venus Williams, United States
Mixed Doubles - Mike Bryan and Lisa Raymond (2), United States
Gentlemen Invitational Doubles - Greg Rusedski, Britain, and Fabrice...