Andy Murray: 'Wimbledon is the best win'

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Andy Murray took Team GB's Gold medal total up to 16 on Sunday when he won the men's singles tennis, beating Roger Federer in straight sets at Wimbledon.

The result makes him the first British man to get the Olympic singles gold since 1908.

He went on to take silver in the mixed doubles with partner Laura Robson.

Andy spoke to BBC Scotland's Glenn Campbell about taking the gold medal.

He said: "It's been the best week of my tennis career by far."

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