Andy Murray has won the gold medal in the men’s tennis singles tournament of London Olympics. Murray defeated the world no. 1 Roger Federer in the final match. The British player won the match in the straight sets by 6-2, 6-1, 6-4. Federer had defeated Murray in the Wimbledon final a few days ago. Murray took his revenge and broke the dream of Roger Federer to win the Olympic singles gold medal.

Both the players held their service in the first four games of the first set and the scores were leveled at 2-2. But, Murray broke Federer’s service twice after that and won the next four games consecutively to win the first set by 6-2. In the second set, Murray played even more aggressively. He got breakthroughs in the second and the fourth game and won the first five games of the second set in a row to take a lead of 5-0. Federer held his service in the sixth game, but, that didn’t matter and Murray won the second set by 6-1. In the third and final set, Federer played a bit better than the previous two. But, Murray’s versatile game proved to be too much for him. The British superstar broke Federer’s service in the fifth game and then kept the lead till the end to win the third set by 6-4.

Murray was over the moon after winning the gold medal. In the post match press conference, he said that it is the happiest day of his life. As per Murray, he was nervous before the Wimbledon final, but, before this match, he was confident and went into the match without any nervousness. Murray said that nothing can give more satisfaction than winning an Olympic gold medal for your country.