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Andy Murray's busy first day as Wimbledon champion

8 July 2013 Last updated at 19:18 BST

Andy Murray has spent a busy first day as Wimbledon champion with a packed schedule of media interviews and a reception of political party leaders at Downing Street.

The 26-year-old beat number one seed Novak Djokovik in three straight sets on Sunday to become the first British men's singles winner for 77 years.

Prime Minister David Cameron said Murray deserved a knighthood for his historic victory.

Sports editor David Bond reports.

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