|Winners: Andy Murray, left, poses with the Wimbledon trophy alongside Novak Djokovic - All England Lawn Tennis Championships in Wimbledon - Daily Mail|
Andy Murray has got Britain celebrating after winning the men's singles tennis title at Wimbledon beating Novak Djokovic in three straight sets - a long 77-year wait.
Andy Murray's Wimbledon triumph has caused a worldwide stir. The Telegraph looks at what the British and international press have made of the Scot's historic win over Novak Djokovic.
Read what they are saying on The Telegraph: Andy Murray wins Wimbledon men's singles title to end 77 years of British hurt - world press reaction
BBC: Andy Murray's Wimbledon win: What the papers say
Andy Murray's first Wimbledon title dominates the front pages of Monday's national newspapers in England and Scotland, while there is also widespread coverage in the international press.
Headlines range from 'The History Boy' in the Times to 'Champion' in the Guardian.
'The thought of a Scot winning Wimbledon was not even an impossible dream', according to the Scotsman.
The Guardian: Andy Murray wins Wimbledon with emphatic victory over Novak Djokovic
Andy Murray shook free 77 years of unwanted history as we suspected he might, unaware of exactly how it happened and grateful for the affection of a nation that helped him beat Novak Djokovic in three pulsating, ragged sets to win Wimbledon on the sunniest of Sundays.
It was one of those moments that will forever be bathed in a glow of palpable warmth, from the crowd and the skies above the opened roof of Centre Court.
Daily Mail: He's done it! Murray the Magnificent becomes first British man to win Wimbledon in 77 years after beating Djokovic in straight sets
Andy Murray sensationally became the first British man to be crowned Wimbledon champion in 77 years today, after beating Novak Djokovic in three straight sets in the men's singles final.
The 26-year-old is the first home player to lift the men’s singles trophy since Fred Perry in 1936 after winning the match 6-4, 7-5 and 6-4. Murray, who has spoken of the importance of crowd support during the tournament, was greeted with a standing ovation and cheers as he beat the world number one.
The Scot threw his hands in the air, smiling before embracing his Serbian opponent. He kicked a tennis ball into the crowd and then dropped to his knees, shaking. His girlfriend Kim Sears jumped out of her seat in the players' box at All England Club's most famous court as Murray secured his victory.
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