London hosts the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world, and for the first time in 77 years, a British player lifted the trophy. Not since Fred Perry's win in 1936 had the United Kingdom laid claim to the title.
When a Scottish man finally reached the top, it was a historic achievement, newsworthy around the world.
In an age when the Internet and social media like Twitter dominate our attention, there is still something special about a traditional newspaper headline and photograph. It speaks to the significance of events.
We took a trip around the planet to demonstrate the magnitude of Murray's grass-court exploits.
*Front pages gathered via Newseum.org