Andy Murray may as well be the latest fairytale story right now with his comeback win at the Queen’s doubles.
The tennis star, who just resumed competitive tennis after a potentially career-ending hip surgery, enjoyed a wel-deserved triumph with playing partner Feliciano Lopez against Briton Joe Salisbury and American Rajeev.
The match ended 7-6 (8-6) 5-7 10-5.
Murray, who had not won a doubles title since 2011, described ending his comeback tournament with victory as “brilliant”.
“I’ve enjoyed it, I felt very relaxed at the beginning of the week, then I started getting more nervous as the week continued and my competitive instincts were kicking in,” he said.
To loud cheers from the crowd, he added: “My hip felt great, there was no pain.”
Lopez said he never expected to win both the singles and doubles titles.
“It happens maybe once in a lifetime, with how difficult it is to win the singles, I cannot believe I won both,” he told BBC Sport.
By Oluwatoyin Adeleye