Scotland’s Andy Murray has clinched another Gold for team GB in London 2012 with an emphatic victory over world number one Roger Federer.
The Briton did it in straight sets with the result never really in doubt, as he took it 6-2, 6-1, 6-4 to take his first ever five set victory over Federer, and an overall head-to-head lead of 9-8.
Murray’s victory represents the first medal of any kind my a British male in the Olympic singles tournament since 1920.
Roger Federer takes Silver, and Juan Martin Del Potro clinched the Bronze a short while ago with a victory over Novak Djokovic.
You can see the full match report here:
Federer – Murray Olympic Final Game by Game Report
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