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8 July 2013: Tennis player Andy Murray of Britain is interviewed for a breakfast television program the morning after he winning the men's singles title at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, Wimbledon, southwest London
Andy Murray of Great Britain poses with his Trophy during the Wimbledon Championships 2013 Winners Ball (Julian Finney/Getty Images)

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Holy, holy, holy mackerel and all the fish in the all seas. I have been watching tennis for 60 years – 60 years and I have never seen a more emotionally draining occasion than the one on Centre Court on Sunday. Oh baby, it was special. As a New Yorker it takes something to say this but this, a Wimbledon final below perfect blue skies, is a setting that I don’t think can be beaten. Add a Brit winning and there you go. It cannot get better.

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