Twitter hit by Murray mania after Wimbledon glory

Updated: 07 July 2013 23:38 IST

From Andy Murray himself to other tennis stars and celebrities, all were gung-ho with the former's majestic win in the Wimbledon 2013 final over Novak Djokovic.

Twitter hit by Murray mania after Wimbledon glory
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Who was saying what on Twitter about Andy Murray's Wimbledon triumph:

"Can't believe what's just happened!!!!!!!"

- Andy Murray's first tweet as a Wimbledon champion came less than 90 minutes after his victory

"Just landed,so sad to miss this historic moment!!well done sir @andy_murray !!!"

- World number six Tomas Berdych

"Dreams do come true when you work hard! Congratulations @andy_murray. @judmoo must be so proud!!! #tears."

- Tracy Austin @thetracyaustin

"All winners need a great team. Well done Ivan Lendl & Team Murray for the fabulous win at #wimbledon. Can't wait for the US Open."

- Richard Branson

"Yes my husband #rocked his kilt today in support of @andy_murray he even wore this @Wimbledon w/guns and roses T '08."

- US women's player Bethanie Mattek-Sands

"England are gonna win the world cup now! #dreamsarecomimgtrue."

- British touring pro, Oliver Golding

"Congratulations @andy_murray "it was all a blur!" What an incredible effort! #BRILLIANTBRIT."

- Nick Faldo

"What an incredible day!! So proud of my lil bro! What a champion!!"

- Jamie Murray

"Andy Murray?not many deserve it more.."

- India's Sania Mirza

.....AND DURING THE MATCH.....

"Just creeped past the match time of the ladies final yesterday.#notquitedoneyet...These guys won't be able to stand if they play 5 .."

- Andy Roddick

"Have you ever met anyone that has had their arm broken by a swan?"

- Tim Henman on TV commentary

Wow....I've gone n got me coat as I've got chills watching this! What a moment. Serving for the championship

- Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand savours the drama of the final moments of Murray's triumph

"I'm really jealous of Kim Sears' hair. REALLY jealous. And yes, I had to google "jealous" to spell it right."

- German player Andrea Petkovic

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