Monday, July 9, 2012

Humble Andy Murray crying after Wimbledon finals

Andy Murray reached Wimbledon finals becoming the first British player to be in Wimbledon finals for over quite a long time. But, Roger Federer beat Murray in the finals to shatter Britain's dream of ending Britain's 76-year wait for an All England Club men's champion.

Murray was unapologetic at the end of the hard loss to Federer in the Wimbledon finals. He ended up choking with tears during the interview in the center court. It was nice to see a simple and humble person that Murray was.... even in this defeat he did win many of us and am sure its just a matter of time before he wins his first of his many Grandslams to come!!

Here is a look at how Andy Murray tried hard to keep his emotions under control after the Wimbledon finals loss to Federer.. but ended up crying...

Scottish player Andy Murray in tears after the tough Wimbledon 2012 finals loss to Roger Federer

Andy Murray's girlfriend Kim Sears in tears seeing Murray crying after his Wimbledon 2012 finals loss

Andy Murray reflecting upon his fourth grandslam finals loss

Andy Murray crying during the post match interview at the Wimbledon Center court after his Wimbledon 2012 finals loss

An emotional Andy Murray struggles to find words during the post match interview with Sue Barker

British Wimbledon finalist Andy Murray enduring a tough fall during a tough finals loss to Roger Federer at the All England Club in Wimbledon 2012.

Murray's girlfriend Kim Sears wiping her tears as she supports her boyfriend in his Wimbledon finals loss

Kim Sears crying after witnessing her boyfriend Andy Murray unable to control his emotions after his Wimbledon finals loss

Andy Murray and girlfriend Kim Sears together after Murray's Wimbledon 2012 finals loss to Roger Federer

Pics courtesy: Various internet sources, wimbledon site, AP and getty images

I’m getting closer,” Andy Murray, whose valiant effort was watched by Royal Box guests Prime Minister David Cameron, David Beckham and Prince William’s wife Kate Middleton, choked as applause rang out.

I was told after my semi-final that this was my best chance, Roger’s 30 now, but he’s not bad for a 30-year-old, he played a great tournament. Congratulations, you deserve it,” Murray added.

I think he’s giving himself so many looks at big titles. I really do believe deep down in me he will win grand slams, not just one,Federer said.

I'm sure Murray is on his path to glory soon... and after this Wimbledon, Murray has got one more fan added to the growing list :) 

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