England has caught Andy Murray fever
WIMBLEDON, England -- As much as Great Britain aches for a champion here, the gradual ascension of Andy Murray has produced a not-so-United Kingdom.
He was tough to love, petulant -- at times, a snarling brat. And he was Scottish. Some folks in England held that against him, and sometimes he returned the favor. In 2007, when Murray pumped his fists at Wimbledon, he waved the Scottish colors (in the form of blue-and-white wristbands) in the face of the very British crowd.
Women's singles: Serena Williams, United States
Roger Federer, Switzerland
Men's doubles: Daniel Nestor, Canada, and Nenad Zimonjic, Serbia
Women's doubles: Venus and Serena Williams, United States
Mixed doubles: Anna-Lena Groenefeld, Germany and Mark Knowles, Bahamas
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