by Jason Moore

I watched a historic event on Friday night, a British player winning a semi-final at Wimbledon. For almost 80 years a British player has never been in the last two at Wimbledon. If Andy Murray wins this afternoon it will be one of Britain´s greatest sporting triumphs. I sincerely hope that Murray will be successful because it will end the 80-year-wait! English football fans complain that they have been without a trophy for 46 years but their wait is quite short when you consider the Wimbledon drought. In the year that London hosts the Olympics and the Queen celebrates her diamond jubilee and Murray wins Wimbledon. Now that would be something. I think it is time that Murray had a bit of luck and finally wins a Grand Slam after many unsuccessful attempts. Roger Federer should not be greedy. He has won Wimbledon on six occasions. Surely a seventh would be a bridge too far? It is going to be a great final this afternoon and hopefully one to remember. Fingers crossed for Murray.


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