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Pictures: Andy Murray wins Wimbledon 2013
8 July 2013
Last updated at 09:05 BST
Check out pics from Andy Murray's historic win at Wimbledon 2013.
Andy Murray winning Wimbledon is a big deal for British tennis - the last time a Brit became the men's Wimbledon champ was way back in 1936 when Fred Perry (left) won the championship.
Things were a lot different then including the clothes the players wore and the type of rackets they used. Seventy-seven years later a Brit has won again!
It was a tough match for Andy's opponent, world number one and Wimbledon champ from 2011, Novak Djokovic. Despite his efforts, Andy managed to win in three straight sets.
And he was quite happy when he'd realised he'd won!
Lots of famous people were cheering Andy on at Wimbledon's Centre Court, including British Prime Minister David Cameron and Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond. Can you spot footballer Wayne Rooney in this pic too?
Around 17 million people watched the match at home, and thousands crammed onto the hill in the Wimbledon grounds - often called 'Murray Mound' - to watch the match on the big screen.
In Andy's hometown of Dunblane in Scotland, people were out on the streets celebrating their hero's victory.
And crowds at the court took their snap of the first Brit to lift the trophy in 77 years.
Andy looks as if he can't believe what's happened...
In the evening it was time for the traditional champion's dinner. After such a busy day for the tennis star, he arrived late, but didn't forget to bring his all important trophy!