Marion Bartoli, Andy Murray Feted At Wimbledon 2013 Winners Ball

Marion Bartoli and Andy Murray (click to enlarge)

You have to think it was an especially jubilant Winners Ball at Wimbledon 2013. Andy Murray ended the 77 year drought of British Gentlemen’s Singles champions with his straight set defeat of Novak Djokovic. Nole is my favorite male player, but for the first time I was actually rooting against my favorite in a tennis match. It was a great thrill not only to see Andy break the curse, but to see the reactions on television and on YouTube of citizens all around Great Britain reacting with joy at match point. Also among the feted at the Winners Ball were Gentlemen’s Doubles winners Mike and Bob Bryan of the United States, along with Ladies Doubles winners Hsieh Su-Wei of Taiwan and Peng Shuai of China.


Andy Murray, Gentlemen’s Singles champion

Marion Bartoli, Ladies Singles champion

Hsieh Su-Wei and Peng Shuai, Ladies Doubles champions

The Bryan Brothers, Gentlemen’s Doubles champion

Belinda Bencic, Girls Singles champion

Gianluigi Quinzi, Boys’ Singles Champion

Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova, Girls’ Doubles champions

Andy hugs mom and dad, Judy and William Murray

Andy Murray and girlfriend, Kim Sears

Andy and mom, Judy Murray (also British Fed Cup captain)

Andy with coach (and all-time great) Ivan Lendl and hitting partner, Dani Vallverdu

Judy Murray hugs Kim Sears

Marion and Andy with Wimbledon chairman, Philip Brook


Marion and dad, Walter Bartoli


Andy interviewed by Andrew Castle

Martina Hingis

Last, but definitely not least, the living legend, Rod Laver

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