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Andy Murray said he was delighted to win Team GB's first Olympic medal in tennis since 1908. He told the BBC:
Andy Murray defeated Roger Federer in the men's finals in three straight sets. He defeated the Wimbledon champion 6-2, 6-1, 6-4.
Andy Murray has won the Olympic final of the men's singles tennis.
Andy Murray has taken a second set against Wimbledon champion Rodger Federer. One more set and he wins the gold medal.
Andy Murray wins the first set of his Olympic singles final 6-2 against Roger Federer.
Roars, applause and sunshine greeted Andy Murray as he walked on to centre court to start his bid for double Olympic gold today.
Murray, 25, is facing Roger Federer in the men's singles final, just a month after his heartbreaking loss to the Swiss player at Wimbledon.
If Murray wins, he will be the first Briton to take men's singles gold since 1908 in London.