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Historic 5th Title for Andy Murray at 130 Year Old Queen's Club
We had an historic week hosting this year’s Aegon Championships. Andy Murray played his first match against another Brit since meeting Tim Henman in Bangkok 10 years ago. There was an all-British Quarter-Final for the first time in 14 years. To top it all off Andy Murray has become the first man to win this historic title 5 times! Leaving behind the seven other greats to have won the title four times; Andy Roddick, Lleyton Hewitt, Boris Becker, John McEnroe, Roy Emerson, Anthony Wilding, Major J.G. Ritchie.
The final was a battle against the Canadian Milos Raonic, in his first grass-court final. There was little separating the two in the first set, with neither playing being able to break the other. It was only during the tie-break that Raonic managed to create some space and take the lead 6-7(5-7).
The second set was all Raonic, steaming ahead 3-0. Whether it was the roaring crowd or the motionless Lendl in his player’s box, Murray put the break behind him and won the next five consecutive matches. Before this, Raonic had been unbroken in his 47 service games all week! One set all.
Murray had found his groove for the third set immediately breaking Raonic and never letting the pressure off. The historic fifth title was his after 2hours 12minutes against a tough opponent!
Moments & Memories Over the Years
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About the Club
Established in 1886, The Queen’s Club was the first multipurpose sports complex ever to be built, anywhere in the world. The Club offers its Members the opportunity to play Lawn Tennis, Real Tennis, Rackets and Squash on some of the finest courts in the world.