Britain's Andy Murray lifts the trophy after beating Canada's Milos Raonic in their final tennis match of the Queen's Championships London, England, Sunday June 19, 2016. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland)
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Andy Murray made history at Queen's Club as the defending club champion fought back to win the Wimbledon warm-up event for a record fifth time with a 6-7 (5), 6-4, 6-3 victory over Milos Raonic Sunday. Murray was on the ropes for a set and a half in west London, but the world No. 2 staged a gritty revival to surpass a group of eight four-time Queen's champions including John McEnroe, Boris Becker, Andy Roddick and Lleyton Hewitt.The 29-year-old survived a barrage of 14 aces from Raonic to finally subdue the Canadian third seed in two hours and 13 minutes, in the process becoming the first player to successfully defend the title since Roddick in 2005 .Murray set about ensuring he would emulate that come-from-behind victory with a sublime drop shot to win a 24-shot rally and earn the crucial break in the first game of the final set.
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