Britain wins doubles title
WIMBLEDON, England -- One 76-year Wimbledon wait came to end for Britain on Saturday -- in men's doubles.
Marray, from England, is the first British man to win a men's doubles title at Wimbledon since 1936. On Sunday, Andy Murray can end Britain's singles drought, which also stands at 76 years. The Scot will face Roger Federer in the men's final.
Nielsen's grandfather, Kurt, lost in the men's Wimbledon singles finals in 1953 and '55.
Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press
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