Match Used Tennis Ball - Murray vs. Djokovic Semifinals (Limited Edition #12 of 12)
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- Current bid: £410.00
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- Closes: 07 December 2012
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Andy Murray made British Olympic history when he won gold medal in the London 2012 Men's Singles Tennis competition. Not only did he claim gold in front of an ecstatic home crowd, he did it in fashion by beating the legendary Roger Federer, whom was also looking to claim his first Olympic gold in a career that has seen him claim every other significant title.
This is your chance to own a piece of Olympic history from Wimbledon and a match that involved Andy Murray as he marched down the golden path. This ball was used during Andy's match in the Semifinals when he defeted Novak Djokovic from Serbia 7-5, 7-5. Beautifully presented in a black box frame and photo from the match, each frame comes with custom descriptive plaque, Official Sporting Memorabilia hologram and online Product Registration Card. This special edition framed piece is Limited to only 12 units and is numbered by hand.
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