Milos Raonic might have played his best game against Andy Murray. But the Brit was up to the task.
The Canadian could not get the best of Murray, who won the Wimbledon in straight sets, beating the 25-year-old in his first Grand Slam final.
Murray broke Milos only once, but never lost his own serve and dominated both tiebreakers to win 6-4, 7-6 (3), 7-6 (2), securing his second Wimbledon title and third major championship.
”This one’s going to sting,” Raonic said after accepting the runner-up trophy.
”I tried to put the things together,” Raonic said. ”I tried coming forward, putting pressure on him. He was playing much better than me off the baseline. He was more effective there. I was keeping up with him. But then when it counted, I wasn’t able to get on top.”