RIO2016: Murray Defends His Gold

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Meanwhile, after edging Argentina’s Juan Martin del Potro in a marathon contest, Britain’s Andy Murray became the first tennis player ever to win two Olympic gold medals.

Murray, 29, who won his second Wimbledon crown five weeks ago, secured a thrilling 7-5 4-6, 6-2 7-5 victory over Del Potro Sunday night to defend the title he won four years ago in London.

Del Potro showed good form in Rio after a long injury layoff

Both men looked exhausted during the fourth set of a grueling four-hour contest, and Murray broke down in tears after capitalizing on his second match point.

 

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