Written by Senior Editor Peter Gehr
Andy Murray Wins Wimbledon 2013 Highlights Video.
The victorious Andy Murray said during his court-side interview that he couldn’t even remember what happened during the last game of the Wimbledon Men’s singles final match against Novak Djokovic. Focused on concentrating on the match of his life, Murray had no memory of what transpired due to the total commitment to his mental game of tennis.
Sheer determination and brilliance on the court has ended the 77 year drought that has plagued British tennis.
When asked how it feels to have won the Men’s Wimbledon final, with typically dry humor Murray said,
“It feels slightly different than it did last year.”
Last year (2012) was one of the toughest moments of my career so to mange to win the tournament was unbelievably tough. With so many long games, and I don’t know how I managed to come through like that, and that final game was unbelievable.
I’ve played Novak many times and when everyone’s finished playing he’s going to go down as one of the biggest fighters. He’s come back so many times from a losing position, and he almost did the same today.
This one is especially for coach Ivan Lendl. He did everything to win this one and I’m glad I was able to help him out from his coaching. He’s a fantastic person, he’s worked extremely hard and has been very patient because I’m not easy at times.”
Andy Murray Wins Wimbledon 2013 Highlights Video
Being the first to win Wimbledon since Fred Perry in 1936, Murray acknowledges that he still “Can’t get my head around that.”
Djokovic didn’t go down without a fight, however, as the world No. 1 battled it out in rallies that included over 30 shots. Wimbledon 2013 was the 3rd time in 12 months that Djokovic and Murray played in a major final and the demands on the court were enormous as the level of tennis kept the capacity crowd of 15,000 fans at the edge of their seats.
A noticeable challenge for Novak manifested in errors and serve compromises that gave the Scot an advantage that he took with aggressive energy and composure. The Serb recognized that Murray was “all over the court” and that he was the “better player on the day.”
“At the end, mentally, that last game will be the toughest game I’ll play in my entire career,” said Murray.
The Andy Murray wins Wimbledon 2013 highlights video shows the quality of game demanding the very best of both players. With sensational tennis from both sides of the net, the World No. 2 seemed to push himself to perform to the very best of his physical and mental capabilities.
The mental game of tennis will always be the catalyst for winners, and Murray’s ability to continuously return Djokovic’s serve seemed to drag down the confidence and energy levels of the world No. 1. A dynamic display of tennis that will go down in the annals of British sports history. With a toss of his cap and fist raised in glory, Andy Murray played out his best and yet most difficult game of his life.
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