Britain’s Andy Murray became the first Olympic men’s single champion since Josiah Ritchie in 1908 when he won a gold medal after defeating Swiss maestro Roger Federer.
It is a momentous occasion for Murray and his compatriots, who have waited long for a gold medal in tennis at the prestigious Olympics.
Murray played with great confidence, breathtaking power and intense passion. Through his amazing display of precision and touch, he finally managed to change his Wimbledon tears into cheers. His newfound determination to succeed helped him greatly to accomplish the victory.
The spectators, who had pinned their hopes on him for an Olympics victory, cheered him on and pumped him up to accomplish the glorious feat. Murray truly deserved to win.