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Brave Murray falls at the final hurdle

Andy Murray produced a stellar performance on Centre Court but finally succumbed to the class of Roger Federer as the Swiss marched to his seventh Wimbledon title, equally the record of tennis legend Pete Sampras.

Wimbledon’s famous Centre Court was packed to the rafters to witness Murray’s bid to become the first British player to win a major tournament since Fred Perry in 1936. Fans braved horrendous weather outside Centre Court on the recently renamed ‘Murray Mound’ to enjoy the epic tie on the giant screen at SW19, savouring every moment as the action unfolded within.

Murray came out of the blocks quickest and managed to break Federer early in the match and went on to secure the first set, raising the already stratospheric expectations of those lucky enough to be present at Wimbledon’s main stage. But Federer responded like a true champion to going one set down, raising his game and producing some majestic shots which brought even devout Murray fans to their feet with rapturous applause. With nothing to choose between them, the second set went to a tense tie-break, and despite the Wimbledon hospitality guest’s best efforts to inspire Murray to victory, Federer came out on top, securing the second set and drawing the match level at 1-1.

Drawing on every ounce of his reserves Murray battled hard in the third set, but momentum had shifted in favour of the Swiss maestro who again produced some stirring tennis to break Murray’s defence and take a 2-1 lead in the match.

At just 25 years old, Murray showed great maturity under pressure in what was the biggest match of his life. Many thought he was destined to claim his first title at the All England Club in 2012, but it was the swashbuckling style of Federer which reigned supreme on this occasion, leading him to another break of serve in the fourth set. Murray looked slightly fatigued from chasing the Swiss’ irresistible ground strokes for much of the game, which eventually allowed Federer to close out the match in the fourth set, collapsing to the floor in absolute disbelief at having secured his first major title wince the Australian Open 2010. Ironically as was the case in that 2010 final it was Murray again who was left dejected at the loss to Federer but he managed to compose himself enough to make an emotional speech to his adoring fans, fighting back the tears whilst acknowledging their unwavering support over the years at the Wimbledon Championship.

The Duchess of Cambridge, David Beckham and David Cameron were among those leading the standing ovation for both players after a truly epic final on Centre Court. Andy Murray will be looking to go one step further at Wimbledon 2013 against reigning champion Roger Federer as they are joined once more by Djokovic, Nadal and a host of other stars of the gamer, all bidding to get their hands on the famous Wimbledon trophy.

Hospitality Finder proudly provides exclusive Wimbledon hospitality packages for the 2013 tournament at the famous All England Club.

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