Andy Murray won the first set of the Wimbledon Gentlemen's Final, 6-4 over Roger Federer, in front of a raucous pro-British and pro-Murray crowd.
Federer just broke Murray's serve at 6-5 with two incredible drop volleys to take the second set, 7-5, and totally turn the tide of this match.
Murray, a Scotland native, is looking to become the first Brit to win the Wimbledon male singles title since Fred Perry in 1936 and his first Grand Slam title in four tries (first Wimbledon final). As it stands, Murray is already the first British male to win a set in a Wimbledon singles final since Perry in 1936.
This is a golden opportunity for Murray to take home what would be an incredibly meaningful championship for the United Kingdom with Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, the No. 1 and No. 2 players in the world, respectively, already eliminated.