"For me, playing against a Brit in the final is something that can never be taken away, and I don't take it for granted," Wimbledon champion Roger Federer told ITV News.
On Andy Murray, Federer said:
"He's got a great team around him, and I think that they're all going to take the right decisions for him to move up from here - because that's where he's going, he's not going down from here."
"He's only going to get stronger - he's at the perfect age right now to have success," he added.
Andy Murray will be taking time away from the tennis court today after losing out in his bid to make Wimbledon history.
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