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Royal Mail stamps for Murray

2013-07-18 13:41
Andy Murray (AFP)

London - Andy Murray will find his likeness on a British stamp for the second time in his tennis career from next month when Britain's Royal Mail begins issuing commemorative postage stamps to celebrate the Scot's historic Wimbledon victory.

"His historic win at Wimbledon has made the nation proud, and we can now celebrate his success with this new stamp issue."

Murray is also an old hand at stamps after one was issued last summer after he won the Olympic gold medal on the grass of the All England Club. He also had a pair of traditional Royal Mail postboxes pained gold in his honour, the first on Wimbledon's Church Road and the other in his Scottish hometown of Dunblane.

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