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Murray on brink of history at SW19
Andy Murray is standing on the brink of history as he bids to become the first British man to lift the Wimbledon singles trophy in 76 years.
The 25-year-old takes on six-time champion Roger Federer on Centre Court later, with the nation willing him to win.
Murray is the first Briton to reach the men's singles final in 74 years, and is hoping to become the first British male to take the title since Fred Perry in 1936.
He will be hoping to echo the performance of compatriot Jonny Marray, who on Saturday night became the first British man to win the Wimbledon men's doubles tournament in the same amount of time - 76 years - after his victory with partner Freddie Nielsen.
The 31-year-old said he could not believe his historic victory, and wanted to "cherish every moment".
Marray was the first British person to reach the final of the men's doubles since Bobby Wilson and Mike Davies did so in 1960. The last time a Briton won in the men's doubles event was also in 1936.
He said he believed Murray had watched the match, adding: "He follows how all the guys do. We're friends and everything. I'm sure he was watching it. If it gives him any kind of inspirational help, I'm sure it would be good."
He said he hoped the Scot could find success in his match, and added: "Obviously everyone's hoping for him to win. He's come so close in a lot of Grand Slams so many times before. He's working hard and he's right at the top of his game. I don't see why he can't."
Good luck wishes have been pouring in for Murray, who is expected to be watched by the Duchess of Cambridge, Prime Minister David Cameron, Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond and David and Victoria Beckham.
The Scot was practising for the final at SW19 on Saturday with coach Ivan Lendl, hitting with fellow Briton Oli Golding. Meanwhile his mother Judy Murray revealed she had received a message from Mr Cameron, writing on Twitter: "Its not every day u get an email from the Prime Minister. Just saying."