Andy Murray's 2012 Wimbledon bid ended in tears, literally, as he apologized and wept in front of a nation following his loss to Roger Federer in the Final. This summer, Murray returned to the Final to face Novak Djokovic, one of the most dominant forces in recent Grand Slam tennis history. That didn't matter, though, as Murray took advantage of a lackluster Djokovic performance to win the match in straight sets. It was a long time coming for Murray, who carried the entire burden of Great Britain's 77-year Men's Wimbledon title drought on his shoulders for his entire professional career. The pressure showed— his victory celebration seemed to be more relief than elation.