Murray vs. Federer: Score and Highlights from Wimbledon 2012 Men's Final
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Well thank you to everyone who read and followed along. I had a blast covering my second tennis tournament and this one was really amazing.
Roger Federer defeats Andy Murray 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4 to win his seventh Wimbledon title, his 17th Grand Slam and got himself back to No. 1 in the world.
Thanks again and have a great Sunday!
Federer is now taking his last walk on the lawn and off the court. Not to sound too dramatic but I feel fortunate to have seen an achievement like this.
What a great tournament and what a great and gutsy performance by both of these players who overcame a lot to get here and to Federer who overcame a hot start by Murray.
There aren't many sporting events quite like Wimbledon.
Also another great ovation for the champion. A record number of Wimbledon championships and how amazing that he has hung around and earned the No. 1 ranking in the world?
Andy Murray just spoke to the fans and has people in tears. How can Federer top that?
If you weren't a fan of Andy Murray before, I don't know how you can't be now. What a humble and gracious guy and he has this place in a fenzy.
An emotional Andy Murray still being spurred on by an equally emotional crowd. He's having trouble even speaking to the fans.
And the champion comes up to receive the trophy for a seventh time! Classy reaction by some understandably disappointed fans and well deserved jubilation for Federer.
Incredible moment and thunderous ovation by the crowd for the runner-up Andy Murray. What an accomplishment to end a 76-year finals drought for Great Britain. W
People were just talking after the French Open that Federer's Grand Slam championship days were over. He came to Wimbledon and proved everyone wrong immediately. I believe he is now the second-oldest men's played ever to be ranked No. 1.
What a tremendous performance out of Federer as he sits on the court in tears! Hats off to Andy Murray who battled one of the greatest ever plus some physical ailments plus the overwhelming pressure of the home crowd.
Andy staves off elimination momentarily as the chants rain down. Murray returns the serve wide and Roger Federer is now the seven-time Wimbledon champion and back to No. 1 in the world!
A lob by Murray goes just long! It's even at 15-15! Federer blisters a serve that Murray can't return and he follows with an ace to set up championship point!
Awesome "ANDY!" chants from the crowd pouring down between games! He responds by winning the first point!
The chant continues!
Murray wins the game as Federer misses wide. Federer leads 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 5-4, serving for the championship!
Advantage Murray on a huge ace down the T! That one left a mark on the backdrop!
Advantage Murray on a long miss by Federer. Deuce #2 after Murray hits another forehand into the net.
Federer forces deuce with a crushing forehand winner!
Federer returns long and Murray has game point. He's keeping himself alive.
Another point from Federer cuts it to 40-30.
Federer takes the first point from Murray but Murray gets it back on a miss by Roger.
Federer's forehand just misses, 15-30 for Murray.
Murray's forehand return misses just wide! 40-30 for Federer.
Federer hits the softest of shots just over the to close it out! Federer leads 5-3, one game away from his seventh Wimbledon title!
Federer rips an ace to take the lead back 30-15!
Roger misses badly on a forehand to even it at 30-30. Good opportunity presenting itself for Murray.
Federer takes the first point with another backhand winner! Murray comes back with a forehand winner to even it at 15-15!
Murray closes the game with his serve once again! Murray cut the fourth set lead to 4-3!
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