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Play through Murray's record-breaking 5th Fever-Tree Championships title win

  • 19/06/2020

  • cinch Championships

Back in the summer of 2016 Andy Murray was on the brink of creating Queen's tennis history in winning his 5th title. Standing in his way was Canadian Milos Raonic, a man in fine form on the grass court gunning for his first championship. The match certainly didn't disappoint - after losing an incredibly tight 1st set, Murray pulled off the comeback to win the match and lift the world-famous Queen's trophy.

It was at that moment that he etched his name in Fever-Tree Championships history as the only man to win 5 singles titles. Re-live some of the highlights and best shots from the match and play through our 2016 final 'What happened next?' quiz.


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