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06-15-2011, 07:55 AM
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Celebrating: Andy and girlfriend Kim dine out at trendy restaurant Nobu

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Triumphant: Kim cheers from the sidelines as Andy wins the title

He's just pocketed £68,000 for securing his second Aegon Championship title, but Andy Murray stuck to jeans and a tracksuit top instead of a victory suit last night.
The tennis ace kept things plain in comfortable clothes, the only sign of a designer brand was the Adidas logo on his dark green zip-up sweatshirt.
Girlfriend Kim Sears also opted for simplicity for their

The couple, who have been dating for six years, headed to the swanky Japanese eaterie in London following Andy's win at Queen's Club.
Despite his triumph earlier in the day, it was Kim who seemed to enjoy the glare of the spotlight as she walked ahead of Murray who hung back from the cameras.
But their evening out seemed less eventful than the previous night's sleep - when Andy thought they were being burgled.

The 24-year-old said he 'woke in a panic' after the alarm at his £5million Surrey home went off at 2.30am, just hours before his important match.

Andy's fighting instinct kicked in and he went to tackle the intruder dressed only in his underwear, while brandishing his racket to defend himself

On his online blog, Andy wrote: 'When I was standing in my boxer shorts, tennis racket in hand, at 2.30am preparing to tackle a burglar, any thoughts of Queen’s or Wimbledon were a million miles away.

'I woke up in a panic when the alarm went off in the early hours ... the adrenaline was pumping so I reached for my racket - what else? - and headed off to investigate.

'With just me and my girlfriend in the house, I thought I needed to be all macho and show them just who they were dealing with.

'Fortunately, it turned out to be a fault with the alarm - and I’ve got to say I was very relieved to find there was no one there!'

Kim, a 23-year-old English Literature graduate, didn't seem too bothered by the lack of sleep either as she cheered her boyfriend on from the sidelines throughout the match.
She watched on as the Scotman beat Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in three sets stretching over two-and-a-half hours.
Andy, currently ranked fourth in the world in his profession, first won the title in 2009 after beating U.S. player James Blake


06-15-2011, 08:58 AM
Wow. read it 2 times thinking it was a wake-up alarm clock, then realized burglar alarm. Someone obviously come to steal his Wimbledon trophy after reading Mixiep's thread :D

06-15-2011, 09:01 AM
Simplicity?That bag looks expensive to me. :?

06-15-2011, 09:03 AM
Don't you think Murray looks like Charlton Heston there.

06-15-2011, 09:04 AM
I bet he had his PSP with him. :lol:

06-15-2011, 09:10 AM
I think it was Nadal trying to frighten him before Wimbledon