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5 changes since the last British Wimbledon champ

Updated: July 7, 2013, 11:54 PM ET
Associated Press

LONDON -- Five notable changes that took place in Britain in the 77 years that elapsed between Wimbledon titles for Fred Perry and Andy Murray, who ended Britain's drought on Sunday:

1. MANY BIRTHDAYS: Queen Elizabeth II was 10 at the time of Perry's victory in 1936 and still known as Princess Elizabeth. Her coronation was in 1953.

2. MANY WINNERS: A total of 39 different men representing 12 different countries won the men's title at Wimbledon, including one from the now-nonexistent ...

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