Federer breaks British hearts
Roger Federer secured his seventh Wimbledon title thanks to a 6-4 5-7 3-6 4-6 victory over Britain's Andy Murray on Sunday.
The Swiss star found himself a set down to the Scot, as Murray came out the stronger of the two players to secure his first set win in a Grand Slam final.
However, the 30-year-old managed to bounce back in a closely-contested second set and, once the roof was closed due to the rain, Federer never looked back.
The experienced player, who has now regained his place at the top of the world rankings, went on to claim the third and fourth set in dominant fashion to win yet another Grand Slam title at the All England Club.
He said: "Andy will at least win one Grand Slam. I think I played some of my best tennis in the last couple of matches. I've missed playing in the finals, and it feels like a great moment. I've gone through some struggles, so this one comes at the right time."