Andy Murray: 'Magnitude of Win Hasn't Sunk in Yet'

The first Brit to win the Wimbledon men's championship in 77 years discusses his historic win.
2:52 | 07/08/13

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-- special and -- -- the -- this morning the woman's champ Andy Murray fresh off his emotional and exhausting. Win and he spoke to him earlier this morning. To that Victor goes the spoils any Murray is joining us now and Andy. I know there was -- champions' ball last night did you have enough energy to. To dance the night away. I didn't know always we got. The midnight and the spent a couple of hours. Someone all of us building -- -- an hour's sleep so I'm struggling a bit slow but that. Probably go back to 77 years ago Queen Elizabeth was just ten years old at the time now the last time. That -- won the men's title there the all England club what is it feel like how does it feel to be your country's hero. -- -- I don't really know yet to -- -- I think that part of it hasn't quite sunk in I realize that won Wimbledon yesterday about things like the magnitude -- The wooden. Hasn't really sunk -- -- is -- last. City's three weeks -- tried to stay away from all of the newspapers and that CDs and -- -- -- -- so I'm sure in the next couple of days when I get to see all of and you know tendencies back on what's new results thoughts on -- them they could do all of. We love to see what a champion goes into the family box and you're here you're hugging your coaches -- bond -- has been great for you. Your girlfriend -- and then you're about to leave the box and the -- here is we all. -- that's Willis from. I was some mud mud mountain this year she wasn't sitting in the -- -- -- tonight. Thank gates everyone and acknowledge -- -- the policy issues that she quite a few rows behind sudden actually see but. I heard the shots in one I was on my way bad sense that -- some thought best come back in Syria and didn't. Flew to be pretty good if I had just ignored. It's probably probably good -- It's to go back consider. Yeah I think that was what -- -- better moves yesterday going back the hug your mind sort of seed here stateside in a couple of months defending your US open. Championship so when he get a deal and they have a lot of tennis in the meantime so. What are your thoughts about coming here to the states of the chance. The I'm really your thoughts of there's an amazing match last year in New York so. We'll take it out of the Brighton. Get -- in from trying to get myself ready and give up that showed -- I'm sure that you well thank you I know we can see how how tired you are this morning but -- A good sport for getting up and joining us and we really do appreciate it and I are about you but my ears are still ringing -- -- Sunday and he had to put my -- down. A couple of times I was there but well done congratulations. To. Thanks -- thanks.

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