"Murray Mound", formerly known as "Henman Hill", erupted when Andy Murray struck Olympic gold—his first major tournament victory.
Murray may still be searching for that elusive first Grand Slam, but he did get avenge his Wimbledon defeat to Roger Federer in the process—forcing the Swiss favorite to settle for silver, something he is not used to.
Wimbledon may hold bittersweet memories for Murray when he reminisces on his year. Although he won the Olympic title and beat the best in the game, he missed out on winning arguably the most magical Grand Slam there is.
The Olympics did however provide further insight into Andy Murray as a player. Lets take a look at 5 things we can learn from Andy Murray's Olympic Showing.