WATCH: Andy Murray Making the Entire Nation Proud With an Emotional Speech After Losing to Roger Federer at Wimbledon

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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 Wimbledon was canceled. It was the first time that the event was canceled since world war 2 and no one was happy about this. This is why there have been many videos about the previous events and the latest video by the ITF showcased Andy Murray giving an emotional speech at the 2012 Wimbledon. Check it out.

Andy Murray At The 2012 Wimbledon

The Wimbledon has always been a special event for Andy Murray. He is from the United Kingdom and winning a title in front of his people would obviously be very special for him. He wanted to win this title and he came very close to doing that in 2012.

However, in 2012, Andy Murray lost the Wimbledon final to Roger Federer in 4 sets. This was heartbreaking for him as he had been trying to win the title for a long time. As you can see in the video, he was so heartbroken that he cried while giving his speech. All of his fans applauded him as he spoke.

Even though the British star was heartbroken, he did not let this loss stop him from trying again. He reached the final of the Wimbledon the very next year but this time, he won the final. The video showcased this victory with Murray giving a speech as the Wimbledon Champion.

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2012-13 reminds all of us of a time where Andy Murray was playing the Tour actively. This is something we have not seen in recent years as the British star has struggled with injuries since 2017. He was on the road to making a come back before the coronavirus pandemic suspended all of tennis.

Murray is definitely going to be training hard to win some Grand Slams as he did in 2012-13 and he will be able to do that at this year’s US Open. He has not confirmed his participation at the event but hopefully, he will. And hopefully, he will win the title.

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