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>> Tears of joy from Britain's Andy Murray after winning his second Wimbledon championship Sunday. The world number 2 defeating Canada's Milos Raonic in the men's singles final. Cheered on by an illustrious London crowd, eager to see the man from the UK hoist another trophy. Murray earned the only break of the match in the 9th game of the first set, and outlasted his big serving opponent in two tie breaks to clench the win.
It was his first grand slam victory since he won Wimbledon in 2013, when he became the first Brit in 77 years to claim the title. The 29 year old's run may have been helped somewhat by the early exit of top rank Novak Djokovic who was stunned in the third round by American Sam Querrey.
The two time defending champion had beaten Murray in the title match at both the Australian and French Opens this year. Roanic meanwhile, hoping to become the first Canadian ever to win a Major, made his Grand Slam final debut, after ousting seven time Wimbledon champ, Roger Federer, in the semis on Friday.
Sunday's victory earned Murray the third Slam Championship of his career. He also won the US Open in 2012.