Wimbledon 2013: Stars out to support Andy Murry as he takes on Novak Djokovic Centre Court erupted in deafening cheers as the British number one arrived to begin his bid for Wimbledon glory A deafening roar greeted Andy Murray’s arrival on Centre Court this afternoon as Britain’s number one began his bid for Wimbledon glory. Murray was met with a standing ovation from the All England Club’s most famous court as he and rival Novak Djokovic arrived for their crunch match. Murray had given a rally cry in a recent interview – speaking of the importance of the backing he has received during the tournament. He said: “Your support really can make the difference.” If he wins, he will be the first British man to take the Wimbledon title since Fred Perry 77 years ago.
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