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Over and out from Centre Court

They came, they served, they conquered.

Until next time...


Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson win mixed doubles title

Before we leave you, watch again as Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson clinched the mixed doubles title. What a day for Great Britain. 

Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson win mixed doubles title

The moment Murray won Wimbledon again

Here's the winning shot:

Andy Murray wins Wimbledon 2016

And here's an example of how Murray mastered Raonic's booming serve...

Andy Murray wins point after fastest serve

What a year for Murray

He's become a father for the first time, won the Davis Cup for his country, been named Sports Personality of the Year and now he's won Wimbledon again.

Wimbledon 2016: Andy Murray's magical year

Many congrats @HeatherWatson92 wimbledon champion must sound good 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

Heather Watson wins mixed doubles title

"She's so happy!" says Andy Murray, who stops by a TV screen to watch the final game of Heather Watson's mixed doubles win. #Wimbledon

Andy Murray news conference

On coach Ivan Lendl: "He is a leader and that is important. I trust in what he says, mainly because of the results that I had under him playing more offensive tennis. I like that he is very honest with me and his team. I don't always like hearing it, but we work well.

On the notes that he refers to at change of ends: "Some of them are the same the whole time. They say general things that I need to do to play my best tennis, and there are other tactical ones. Sometimes, say in the heat of a second-set tie-break, it is difficult to focus,"

On his current form: "The last three months since Monte Carlo is the best I have played in terms of consistency. I have reached the final of the last five events. I don't think I have ever done that in my career before. Part of it is confidence with the team I have in my team around me."

Watson and Kontinen win mixed doubles

Farah/Groenefeld 6-7 (5-7) 4-6 Kontinen/Watson

Sam Smith

Former British number one on BBC TV

Heather Watson played brilliantly throughout this event, and they gelled wonderfully. There's a lovely chemistry between them and this could be a real springboard for the both of them. What a way to end the championships.

GB's Heather Watson celebrates with her mixed doubles partner Henri Kontinen
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Andy Murray news conference

On the possibility of more Grand Slams: "I would love to have won more Grand Slams. I still feel that I have opportunities to win more ahead of me. I have played in Grand Slams against possibly the three greatest players of all time in Novak, Roger and Rafa. 

"I have won some and lost some others against them. People have different times in their careers. For some it is early 20s, for some it is mid 20s, for others it is later. I hope my time is now."

Farah/Groenefeld 6-7 (5-7) 4-6 Kontinen/Watson

Sam Smith

Former British number one on BBC TV

Heather and Henri: Never say never, you will go to the ball!

Game, set and match Watson and Kontinen

Farah/Groenefeld 6-7 (5-7) 4-6 Kontinen/Watson*

Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson win doubles title

Did anyone order a FOURTH British winner today?

Heather Watson, along with Finland's Henri Kontinen, win their first ever mixed doubles Grand Slam title!

Kontinen smacks down with an overhead smash and the trophy is their's. 

Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen celebrate
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Farah/Groenefeld 6-7 (5-7) 4-5 Kontinen/Watson*

Here we go, then.

Britain's Heather Watson and Finland's Henri Kontinen are one game away from the mixed doubles title!

Watch all the drama here.

Here is the moment they made the break.

Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson get key break

Andy Murray news conference

On the significance of a second Wimbledon win: "I don't know what it means in the grand scheme of things, but I am just proud to have won it twice because I know how hard it is to win this thing,"

On his possible involvement in the Davis Cup tie against Serbia: "I'm going to speak to Leon Smith tomorrow. I feel OK physically now. Often after these sort of matches you feel that you could play another five matches, but when you wake up in the morning it can be different."

Andy Murray news conference

On his greater Grand Slam final experiences: "I didn't feel any different before the match but I think that in the tight moments in the tie-breaks knowing that I had been in these situations before and knowing what I felt like when I hadn't - like Milos - was a help."

Kontinen and Watson win tie-break and first set

Farah/Groenefeld 6-7 (5-7) 3-4 Kontinen/Watson

Relive the moment Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson took the first set, they are now just one set away.  

Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson win tie-break and first set

Watson and Kontinen break

Farah/Groenefeld 6-7 (5-7) 3-4 Watson/Kontinen*

Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen are pushing their opponents hard for a break.

After two trips to deuce, they earn a second break point.

And a double fault hands it to them! The Brit and the Finn are on their way.

GB's Heather Watson with mixed doubles partner Henri Kontinen from Finland
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Andy Murray news conference

On his win over Milos Raonic: "I served well today, when I got into rallies I was hitting balls cleanly from the back of the court and moving the ball around well. I returned well as well to try and build some pressure and that paid off in the tie-breaks at the end of the sets."

On what he learned from previous defeats: "I don't mind failing, failing is OK as long as you give your best and put your all into it. Failing is not terrible. I put myself into a position to win a lot of these and lost a fair few against some of the world's best but I have always learned lessons."

Murray's mum was always confident

Andy Murray wins second Wimbledon title

Andy Murray's mum, Judy, has been speaking to the BBC following her son's second Wimbledon triumph:

"He was so solid off the ground, he was really strong on serve and I just felt confident that he was going to get the job done," she said.

"It's great, I could tell he was very emotional at the end and he was so happy to have, you could tell by the way he was holding the trophy  'you're not taking that away from me'."

Judy Murray
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Farah/Groenefeld 6-7 (5-7) 2-1 *Watson/Kontinen

It's going with serve in the second set on Centre Court.

Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen took the first set against Robert Farah and Anna-Lena Groenefled and are one away from the mixed doubles title.

Watson and Kontinen

2016 is 'happier' than 2013 win - Murray

Andy Murray wins second Wimbledon title

Andy Murray: "It is different. I feel happier this time, more content, like this was more for myself and my team. Last time it was pure relief. I am going to make sure I enjoy this more than the others.

"You get dragged in all directions. I want to spend this time with my family, closest friends and those I work with."

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David Beckett: With Murray beating Raonic to win his third Open title, and the other two against Djokovic, he should play an 'ic' every time  

Pablo Blackwood: Well done #AndyMurray !!! It's like London buses...wait forever for one then 2 #WimbledonFinals wins in 3 years!  

Ralph Racer: Davis Cup. Ashes holders. F1 champ. Whitewash vs Aus in Rugby. Froome. 13 boxing champs. GB are terrible! ;-)  

Andy Murray press conference coming up

Andy Murray is about to appear in front of a packed press conference in the bowels of Wimbledon.

We will bring you the newly-crowned king of Centre Court's words as soon as he arrives.

And the (other) winner is...

We asked you to vote for your shot of the tournament.

Here's who you picked as your winner. 

And what a winner it was...

Wimbledon 2016: Willis' lob wins shot of the championships

Bath time for a champion

Andy Murray

Does gold rust?

Andy Murray has just posted this pic on his Facebook page with the caption, "Holding this bad boy makes the ice bath that little bit more bearable".

Living it up like a 1970s footballer.

Game and first set

Farah/Groenefeld 6-7 (5-7) Kontinen/Watson

Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson win tie-break and first set

Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen storm into a 5-0 lead in the first-set tie-break, and although Robert Farah and Anna-Lena Groenefeld claw their way back into it, Watson serves it out.

First blood to the Brit and the Finn!

Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen
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*Farah & Groenefeld 5-6 Kontinen & Watson

Henri Kontinen stands and applauds. As well he might.

Heather Watson has just struck an absolute peach of a lob, flipping the ball over the top of Robert Farah and down on the baseline.

She holds serve to ensure a tie-break at worse for her and Kontinen.

Watch over here.

Kontinen and Watson

The world of sport reacts to Murray's win

Well done to @andy_murray and his team. An unbelievable achievement for a British sportsmen. A tribute to working hard and being dedicated.

YESSSSSS. Unreal level for the whole tournament @andy_murray. Beyond impressive 🙌🏼👏🏼💪🏼

What an achievement!! He's played unbelievable tennis this tournament! What a way to finish it! Well played Andy Murray!! #WimbledonFinals 👌

Congratulations @andy_murray ! Such a great performance against a tough opponent! Fully deserved! 👍🎾 #Wimbledon #Murray

Jose Mourinho at Wimbledon

It looks as though Jose may have become a true adopted Brit by choosing to watch Andy Murray rather than being in Paris to see Portugal v France in the Euro 2016 final. Saying that, I am sure he will still get himself over to the Stade de France in time. Not a bad way to spend the day if he decides to do it. 

You can follow build-up to that match here

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Sir Andy Murray - what a win. Sobbing with pride. Him and us. A brilliant example of the fruits hard work and total dedication can achieve.

'Murray never looked back'

Murray wins Wimbledon

Two-time Wimbledon winner Stefan Edberg: "Andy Murray was in control from the very beginning. In finals the first set is always crucial. Once he was ahead he never looked back. Milos never really had a chance until into the third set. 

"At 29, I'm sure Murray is going to win more slams, there is no question. There are a lot of good guys around but he's going to have a few good years ahead of him."

Andy Murray in action
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'Murray like a brick wall'

Murray wins Wimbledon

Lleyton Hewitt

Former Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

It was the game that we had expected: The big serve and the return. Murray was like a brick wall. He ended up drawing those errors out of Raonic, who to his credit kept coming forward.

Milos really is getting better and better and this year it looks to be all falling together on the grass court for him now. He does go searching for the answers on how to be the best he can possibly be. We will see him again here. 

Murray on the list

Andy Murray wins Wimbledon

Federer, Sampras (7); Borg (5); Becker, Djokovic, McEnroe (3); Connors, Edberg, Laver, Nadal, Newcombe, MURRAY (2)

Federer, Sampras (7); Borg (5); Becker, Djokovic, McEnroe (3); Connors, Edberg, Laver, Nadal, Newcombe, MURRAY (2)

*Farah/Groenefeld 2-3 Kontinen/Watson

Pocket rocket Heather Watson serves the first ace of the match and she holds serve to move into a 3-2 lead in the first set against Robert Farah and Anna-Lena Groenefeld.

She sits down for a tactical natter with partner Henri Kontinen to see if they can come up with a break. 

Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen
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Not a bad day for British sport! #Hamilton #Murray #wimbledon #F1 #BritishGP #C4F1 #bbctennis
Not a bad day for British sport! #Hamilton #Murray #wimbledon #F1 #BritishGP #C4F1 #bbctennis

Not a bad day for British sport! #Hamilton #Murray #wimbledon #F1 #BritishGP #C4F1 #bbctennis

'Murray will win more Grand Slams'

Murray wins Wimbledon

Boris Becker

Three-time Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

Boris Becker: "Andy was solid. you could see during the match that he had more experience. Milos was knocking on the door but not loud enough. 

"Obviously, the big one is always the first one and once you break that duck there's room for more. He's 29, at the peak of his career, so I'm sure he's going to be up for a few more Grand Slams. 

"Grass is his most natural surface, and he's always going to be a big threat at Wimbledon. Hard court is a great surface for him too. He'll be winning a couple more."

Raonic praises winner Murray

Andy Murray wins second Wimbledon title

Milos Raonic has been telling the media just how tough an opponent he faced today in Andy Murray: 

“I thought he was very good at being very aggressive when he had the chance. Every single time he had forehands in the middle of the court he really hit them and didn’t give you two looks.

“He moves incredibly well, he returns well - those are his two biggest strengths and he’s been playing well. Every time you play him, you know he’s going to get more returns back than anyone else, along with Novak.”

Raonic v Murray
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Mixed doubles final

*Farah/Groenefeld 1-2 Kontinen/Watson

The mixed doubles final is under way on Centre Court.

Britain's Heather Watson and partner Henri Kontinen of Finland fended off a fight from Robert Farah and Anna-Lena Groenefeld to hold their second service game.

Follow all the action here.

David Law

Radio 5 live

Kim Murray has got the party started. Everybody was stood next to a table of champagne bottles and she went to the front and cracked the first one open. Then she went round filling everyone's glasses.

Trophy presentation and interview

Andy Murray wins Wimbledon

Watch as Andy Murray receives the shiny gold trophy and has a chat with Sue Barker. 

Andy Murray is presented with the Wimbledon trophy

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Jonathan Lansana: Really has been an amazing #Wimbledon Championship this year. Had everything & not been predictable at all.

Kevin Coady: Well done @andy_murray! Superb performance all tournament.