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Murray triumphs at London tournament
Published: Monday 15th of June 2009
Andy Murray has expressed high hopes for this year's Wimbledon tournament after triumphing at Queen's.
The Scot beat his opponent James Blake 7-5, 6-4 at the London event, making it his first grass court title at the club.
"If I play my best like I have this week I've got a chance, but two of the greatest players of all time are going to be there and it will be tough to get past them," he revealed to BBC Sport after the match.
He added that he had played some of the best tennis of his life, leading onlookers to have high hopes for Wimbledon, which kicks off on June 22nd.
Sporting fans heading to London for the tournament next week can get behind the scenes thanks to the London Pass.
They can visit the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, saving £10 per adult and £5.50 per child.
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