Roger Federer now shares the Wimbledon men's singles record with Pete Sampras and William Renshaw. Andy Murray had hoped to be the first Briton to win the Wimbledon title in 76 years. Linda Wertheimer talks to Doug Robson, who covered Wimbledon for USA Today, about the tournament.
Collapsing to the ground, Roger Federer rolled right back up with a look of joy as he took in his seventh Wimbledon title on Sunday. He beat out Britain's Andy Murray 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4 in a match that electrified fans and came this close to giving the UK its first Wimbledon men's singles title since 1936.
The stage is set for an exciting men's finals at Wimbledon, where the resurgent veteran Roger Federer faces the native son Andy Murray. Murray is Britain's first finals competitor since 1938. Guest host David Greene gets updates from NPR's Philip Reeves.
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