Best Celebrity Photos from 2013 Wimbledon Men's Final
It took Murray just three hours and nine minutes to dispatch Djokovic, the win detailed in this tweet from Wimbledon's Twitter feed:
Murray’s hard-fought straight-sets win was an exclamation point on his tremendous young career, and the 26-year-old did it in front of a home crowd of unyielding supporters.
But not everyone in attendance was there just to will Murray to a victory. Several celebrities headlined a list of noteworthy spectators at the match.
Let's take a look at some of the most notable celebrities who made their way to the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club for the marquee Grand Slam event.
Bradley Cooper and Gerard Butler
Bradley Cooper and Gerard Butler both made it to the tournament, donned in shockingly similar attire. The two A-list actors and off-screen pals were in attendance with Cooper's girlfriend, Suki Waterhouse, who was inexplicably absent from their candids.
The English crowd needed no introduction to the man pictured above. Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney joined a throng of spectators who know him all too well after he helped lead the Red Devils to a Premier League title last term.
Ronnie Wood was on stage with the Rolling Stones Saturday evening at Hyde Park, but he still made it a point to attend the Wimbledon finals on Sunday. Here, he looks on with focus and intrigue.
A fixture on our televisions during the tournament, Kim Sears is quickly becoming a household name on this side of the pond, too. Here's everything you need to know about Andy Murray's girlfriend.
Victoria Beckham and Tana Ramsay
Sitting a row behind the aforementioned Rooney, Victoria Beckham (left)—also known as Posh Spice from The Spice Girls—found her way into the Royal Box.
Tana Ramsay, the wife of famous TV chef Gordon Ramsay, is sitting on the right.
It’s only fitting that Prime Minister David Cameron would be at England’s premier Grand Slam event. He watched intently as Murray ended England’s Wimbledon drought on Sunday.
2013 has been a year of breaking dry spells for English athletes. Justin Rose became the first Englishman to win golf’s U.S. Open in 43 years with his win last month. It seems he and Murray will have something to talk about.
Like Sears, Jelena Ristic was at the finals to root for her boyfriend. Ristic looked a little more enthusiastic than Djokovic did.
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