Wimbledon memories: Andy Murray's most important victory

The Briton won the Championships twice, and the best and most important is...

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Wimbledon memories: Andy Murray's most important victory

Wimbledon memories: Andy Murray's most important victory. For the third time in history, the tournament was cancelled, but at the All England Club, we have lived unforgettable tennis moments and great records. In the beginning it was the two World Wars that marred the tournament, this year the global pandemic forced the Church Road board to cancel the event.

Thanks to an insurance taken out in 2003 against pandemics, however, Wimbledon will not suffer economic damage. Andy Murray rewrote the national history of men's tennis. The Scot was the first British player after Fred Perry to win Wimbledon, seventy-seven years after Perry's last titles.

On 7 July 2013, Murray won his first title at the Championships by beating Novak Djokovic in three sets, with the final score of 6-4, 7-5, 6-4, making all the British people happy, waiting for years for this epochal success.

This year we should be content to relive the best moments, the best matches, the statistics, the curiosities and much other news about the Championships: but our mind goes already to 2021, with the hope of returning to live the emotions that only Wimbledon can to guarantee.