Andy Murray stunned Roger Federer to win his first amazing trophy

In these days the Tokyo Olimpics 2020 should have been played, but it was postponed to 2021. This memory of eight years ago marked the rise of Murray


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Andy Murray stunned Roger Federer to win his first amazing trophy

Eight years ago Andy Murray had a huge disappointment: he lost the Wimbledon final against Roger Federer, a tremendous pain for a British tennis player, especially after years of waiting since the last victory in the men's singles, marked by Fred Perry.

A few weeks later, still on the lawn of the Wimbledon Center Court, Murray retaliated by defeating Federer in the final of the Olympic tournament, winning the gold medal in London 2012 and his first truly important tennis title.

A few months later he won his first Slam, the US Open, and the following year he finally triumphed in Wimbledon. In these days during which the Tokyo Olipics 2020 should have been, here is the memory of the Gold medal won by Andy Murray in London against Roger Federer: four years after the Briton he also won the gold medal in Rio 2016.