Heather Watson became the first British woman for 24 years to win a title on the main tour

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Lewis Hamilton is currently cutting a gloomy figure at Mercedes

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The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 09 July 2013

Lendl convinced conqueror Murray is the best around

Clockwise from top left: John Iverdale, Gilles Simon, Heather Watson and Kim Sears

Bookmakers take a Wimbledon beating after Andy Murray’s stunning triumph

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Andy Murray poses with the 2013 Wimbledon trophy at the All England Club in Wimbledon, a day after he won the men's singles final match against Novak Djokovic. Murray said he is determined to push on from his stunning Wimbledon win and add further Grand Slam titles to his achievements

Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray reveals contact with Sir Alex Ferguson and David Beckham, but plays down talk of a knighthood

The new Wimbledon champion had little sleep last night but is well aware of what he's achieved

More than 600 people have complained to the BBC after presenter John Inverdale suggested Wimbledon winner Marion Bartoli was “never going to be a looker”

More than 600 complain over Marion Bartoli 'never going to be a looker' remark by John Inverdale during Wimbledon

Comments sparked outrage on Twitter where one user branded BBC presenter 'sexist dinosaur'

Andy Murray

Andy Murray's Wimbledon 2013 victory smashes TV ratings

17m tuned in to watch the final set, making it the most watched TV moment of 2013

Andy Murray at Downing Street with (from left) Nick Clegg, David Cameron, Ed Miliband and SNP Westminster leader Angus Robinson

Arise Sir Andy? Cameron calls for Murray to be knighted for 'lifting country's spirits'

And he's now regarded as favourite to become BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year

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)

Wimbledon 2013: How the world press reacted to Andy Murray's victory

Including an embarrassing mistake for the New York Times

Marion Bartoli collapses to the ground after sealing her Wimbledon triumph over Sabine Lisicki

Wimbledon 2013: Marion Bartoli finds self-belief to beat Sabine Lisicki on the greatest stage

Frenchwoman wins major at 47th attempt as ‘smiling assassin’  Lisicki dissolves in tears

Fred Perry did things very differently to Andy Murray
Andy Murray holds the trophy aloft for the fans on Centre Court

Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray could teach other players about coping with the burden of expectation

Middle England delighted as Scot climbs the final Everest for British sport

Andy Murray will shift his focus to defending his US Open title

What next for Andy Murray? Retaining US Open title and reaching coveted world No 1 spot

The Scot will have little time to celebrate his Wimbledon victory

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