21 August 2016

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Andy Murray Wins Second Consecutive Olympic Tennis Gold at Rio Beating Juan Martin del Potro

Today, the tennis competition at the Rio has come to an epic conclusion with the 2012 London champion Andy Murray becoming the first Olympic player for retaining the Olympic title. In the interim, the tide of the history has turned to the another path for the legends Venus Williams and Martina Hingis as both of them have settled down with the silver medals in the mixed doubles and women’s respectively.

Andy Murray Wins Second Consecutive Olympic Tennis Gold at Rio Making History Beating Juan Martin del Potro

The tone for the Olympic Game has been set earlier as the Scot has started strongly and also the Del Potro has responded very well in the first set gradually losing 7-5 as the Andy Murray has sealed the games final with the unplayable passing shot.

The Olympian of the Argentina has a history that was emotional at the Rio Olympic Games. Lots of people will be remembering his semi-final marathon race over the Roger Federer which saw him with lose 6-3, 6-7 17-19 which is one of the longest 3 set games in the records. For more updates regarding the Summer Olympic Games 2016, you can stay updated with this website.


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