Rio 2016 – Andy Murray becomes double Tennis champion


The Tennis player Andy Murray has written his name in the Olympic history books.

On Sunday, 14 August, Murray beat the Argentine Juan Martin Del Potro, in a tough match which lasted over 4 hours. Del Potro had made his way to the final in unlikely fashion, and in the end it was asking just a little too much for him to knock the Brit off his perch.

The two athletes ended the match completely exhausted, having fought to the end, but Murray was able to stamp his authority on the match and won his second successive Olympic gold medal.

One of his greatest achievements was when he won Wimbledon for the first time, in 2013, in doing so becoming the first British man to win the tournament in 77 years.

Well done Andy!


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