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Murray wins first set in final
Andy Murray has taken the first set amid an electric atmosphere at the Wimbledon final.
The 25-year-old made a great start to his bid to become the first British man to lift the men's trophy in 76 years, breaking Roger Federer's serve twice to win the set 6-4.
Roars of applause filled a packed Centre Court as the Scot powered through against six-time champion Federer.
The Duchess of Cambridge and sister Pippa Middleton had front row seats in the Royal Box for the clash, excitedly talking and clapping during the games, along with Prime Minister David Cameron, who put his hand to his mouth in shock at one point as he watched intently.
England football star David Beckham and wife Victoria were also in the box for the match.
Despite rainfall at SW19 earlier, the match started with the Centre Court roof open.
Each point was greeted by an explosion of cheers and cries of "come on Andy", from a partisan crowd.
At one point Federer - one of the greatest players of all time - was forced to duck a powerful shot by the Scot, and as Murray took his fifth game the crowd leapt to their feet in excitement.
The 25-year-old was watched tensely by "Team Murray", including mother Judy, father Will and girlfriend Kim Sears, as well as coach Ivan Lendl, in the players' box.
If he wins the match, Murray will become the first British men's Wimbledon singles champion since Fred Perry.