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Andy Murray Breaks the Myth of 76 Years, Winning of Grand Slam

Andy Murray became the first Brit sportsperson to seize a grand slam men’s single title after defeating Serbia’s Novak Djokovic in five difficult sets in US Open final. It is a big record made by Andy Murray as no one can make their victory over grand slam in 76 years.

Previously, he was entered in four Grand Slam finals but couldn’t make any chance of winner but after all, he won the major title by battling it out in stormy environment at Arthur Ashe Stadium 7-6, 7-5, 2-6, 3-6, 6-2, here at reddening pastures on Monday.

Fred Perry, the last British male champion was won the Grand Slam Title in 1936. Murray had a day sufficient time to rest than his revelry as Djokovic’s semifinal against David Ferrer was postponed on Sunday. Murray made $1.9 million, carrying the prize money to more than $23 million from beginning of his career.

Playing cautiously as an alternative of going for winners, the two men swapped over 54 strokes on one point in the sixth game of the 87 minutes set. The tie-breaker ended 24 minutes. With the win, Andy Murray also turned into the first man to win both gold medal and US Open title since tennis gone back to the Olympics in 1988.

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