MURRAY PUTS PERRY OUT TO GRASS
British tennis had waited 77 years for a homegrown player to win their Grand Slam event on the grass courts of Wimbledon. Tim Henman had given home fans a decent run without lifting the trophy and Murray lost the 2012 final to Roger Federer. But in 2013 Murray defeated Djokovic – who had beaten him earlier in the year in the Australian Open – after converting his fourth match point at the end of a three hours duel to deliver in front of 15,000 spectators at Centre Court. He sank to his knees in celebration, watched as ever by proud mother Judy.