Murray is the first British man to win multiple Wimbledon singles titles since Fred Perry in 1935.
Wimbledon runner-up Milos Raonic has said that he will give his everything to win a Grand Slam after his straight-sets loss to Andy Murray on Sunday. There's nothing I want more than to be back here. "That was the same again today but I wasn't thinking too much about the previous experiences that I've had, I was just trying to find ways to beat Milos today".
As well as chasing down Djokovic, Murray feels the birth of his daughter Sophia earlier this year has given him the extra motivation he needed to win more major tournaments. "Playing at a Wimbledon final is tough and I certainly wouldn't want to be prime minister, it's a tough job", he said before disappearing into the plush corridors of Center Court to be greeted by well-wishers including Prince William and Hollywood actor Benedict Cumberbatch.
After the tension of his first Wimbledon final victory against Novak Djokovic in 2013, this was a much more serene affair as Murray cruised to the title with an nearly flawless display. Murray stands joint ninth in the Open era by having contested 11 slam finals and improving his conversion rate will be a major goal.
"I don't mind failing".
He said: "I would love to now go on and get to number one in the rankings but it will be incredibly hard as Novak's consistency has been unbelievable". But failing's not awful.
"I'm going to try to get fitter, stronger". "Grass is his favourite surface, with the amount of times he has won at Queen's [a record five titles]". I had a great night.
"That's it. Just have kind of not been afraid of failing". The question is, am I going to make the most of it when those opportunities arise?
"He moves incredibly well, he returns well - those are his two biggest strengths, and he's been playing well", said Raonic.
"To win Wimbledon twice is incredible", he told BBC Scotland.
This is Murray's third slam with Lendl but first as a father. The sixth-seeded Raonic eliminated Federer in five sets in the semifinals Friday, and also defeated the player who stunned Djokovic in the third round, Sam Querrey. Guys haven't been able to give him a true big scare.
"The first tiebreak, obviously I missed that ball, the short ball, on the first one".
Andy Murray wiped away tears of joy after winning the men's singles title at Wimbledon for a second time. Raonic saved match point for the final time with a 40-15 win in the twelfth game. 'I think we should have definitely some word in that because I think we are the one who are on the court - Berdych said in press conference - We are the one that are performing.