A scrawny, pasty-faced Andy Murray first made a Grand Slam impact when he was just 18 and on debut at Wimbledon in 2005.
Britain's Andy Murray poses with the winner's trophy after beating Serbia's Novak Djokovic in the men's singles final Wimbledon Championships at the All England Club in London, on July 7, 2013. Murray won 6-4, 7-5, 6-4, becoming Bitain's first men's Wimbledon champion since Fred Perry in 1936.
He reached the third round where he gave Argentina's David Nalbandian, the 2002 runner-up, a huge scare by taking a two-sets-to-love lead before running out of steam to lose in five.
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