Not only did the temperature gauge top a sizzling 30 degrees, but Andy Murray became the first Briton in 77 years to win Wimbledon. Fred Perry did it 1936, and there was a time when the nation’s hopes rested on Tim Henman. But it was the Scotsman who finally did it.
A massive achievement echoed nationwide by the resounding cheers from the crowds both at Wimbledon and around the entire country when he triumphed against Novak Djokovic.
Congratulations Andy, you’ve done it!! At Red Ant Solutions, we are behind you all the way! You’ve done us proud…
08 July 2013