Andy Murray came from a set down to defeat defending champion Marin Cilic and seal his third AEGON Championships title at Queen's.
Light rain showers meant the final was delayed by three and a half hours and Murray looked a little ragged as he lost the opening set to the world number 12.
Murray, suffered a scare as he twisted awkwardly and hit the floor at one stage, but gradually grew into the match and pulled away to seal a 5-7 7-5 6-3 win.
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