Unlike football players or soccer stars, tennis players don’t have uniform jerseys, and they certainly don’t have numbers.
But Andy Murray may want to reconsider the sport’s status quo.
Murray’s straight-sets victory over Novak Djokovic in the 2013 Wimbledon men’s final may be nothing short of cosmic, highlighting the tennis player’s uncanny connection with the number seven.
Not only did Murray’s win end a 77-year-long drought for a British men’s singles champion, but he hoisted his Wimbledon trophy high today on 7/7.
Want more? The last British Wimbledon winner, Virginia Wade, took home a win 36 years ago, in 1977.