Britain's Andy Murray was knocked out of the quarter-finals of Wimbledon by Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov Wednesday. (AFP PHOTO / ANDREW COWIE)
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Grigor Dimitrov broke British hearts by ending Andy Murray's reign as Wimbledon champion with a sublime and serene 6-1 7-6(4) 6-2 victory in the quarter-finals Wednesday.The third seed had confidently marched into the last eight without dropping a set, but his meek abdication on Wednesday left the Center Court crowd, which included Prince William and his wife the Duchess of Cambridge, stunned into silence.The man who had sparked wild celebrations around the country a year ago when he became the first home-grown men's champion in 77 years, appeared to sleepwalk through a one-sided first set, threatened to fightback in the second and was simply outclassed in the third.
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