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Andy Murray Goes From Being Great Brit To A Scottish Failure After Wimbledon Defeat

Andy Murray Goes From Being Great Brit To A Scottish Failure After Wimbledon Defeat

Andy Murray‘s reign as Wimbledon champion will end on Sunday when a new man holds the SW19 trophy aloft.

He was dumped in straight sets by Grigor Dimitrov at the quarter-final stage, ending an unforgettable year for the world No5.

And going by some of the media reports post-match, it seems Murray has now gone from being a great Brit to a Scottish failure once again.

Take this brilliant screengrab from BBC Sport reporter Piers Newbery.

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The one on the left shows Newbery’s verdict on Murray’s convincing win over Kevin Anderson in the last round. Pay particular attention to the word Briton used.

Then have a look at the match report on the right to today’s defeat, where Murray returns to being a Scot.

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