Have you heard? Andy Murray is the first British man to win the Wimbledon men's singles title in 77 years. That's the dominant storyline in tennis as of yesterday, and why not? It's not every day you see someone break a decades-old streak. We shouldn't overlook, however, that Murray may have taken Novak Djokovic's place as The Man in men's tennis -- he's on a roll, having come achingly close to winning last year's Wimbledon final, taking the 2012 US Open and winning Olympic gold. If he beats out the competition at the upcoming US Open, we might have to reassess Murray's place in the tennis pantheon.


New No. 1?

Novak Djokovic is still No. 1, but a change at the top can happen very quickly in tennis, even if the rankings don't reflect it yet.

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Andy Murray is No. 2 in the ATP rankings after his win at Wimbledon. Where should he be ranked?

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    28%
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    59%
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    13%

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