Great Britain has a first winner in the male events at SW19 since 1936, and his name is Marray. This is not a typo. The Sheffield journeyman and Fredrik Nielsen shocked the world, not to mention themselves, as they played inspired tennis to take the men's doubles title and guarantee themselves the small matter of £260,000 each. So unexpected was their win that Marray hadn't even considered what he was going to do with his windfall. His Danish partner, on the other hand, had a few ideas. "Buy a new kit," he said scathingly. "You only have two playing shirts. And you can buy some new racquets."
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