Murray Wimbledon's 'Golden Boy'

2017-07-17 12:55

London - Andy Murray might have bowed out in the quarter-finals at this year’s Wimbledon tournament, but no matter how his tennis career ends up, he will always have a permanent reminder of his success at the 2012 London Olympics.

All 2012 Olympic gold medal winners have a post box in their suburb, painted gold, as a lasting reminder of their achievements.

Murray has his post box outside the entrance to the All England Lawn Tennis Club, hosts of the annual Wimbledon tournament.

As a result, Murray will forever be the golden boy of Wimbledon!  

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