Andy Murray has done it again
Andy Murray learned that winning a Grand Slam final is a lot easier when no going head-to-head against either Novak Djokovic or Roger Federer.
Moments ago, Murray topped Milos Raonic, 6-4, 7-6, 7-6, to win his second Wimbledon singles title.
While winning Wimbledon is a tremendous feat, this isn’t quite as impressive as his 2013 victory which made him the first British male to win the singles title at the All England Club in 77 years.
This is his first major title win since the 2013 title.
It marks the end of a couple of years of struggle for Murray who has suffered through a back surgery and coaching changes prior to reuniting with Ivan Lendl in June.
He entered the tournament as the #2 player in the world, trailing only Djokovic (who defeated Murray during the Australian and French Opens).
Even in the loss, Raonic made some history of his own becoming the first Canadian man to reach a Grand Slam singles final.