Andy Murray, world no. 2, made history – 77 years of history – last Sunday, as he thrashed Djokovic in 3 sets to win the Wimbledon and become the first British winner since Fred Perry in 1936. For the British, who witness a foreign winner kiss the cup in London year after year, it was magical. And it was also magical for little Pinki, standing between to greats to toss the coin before this historic match (remember Issue 6).
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