KF’s Take On Wimbledon No2

As promised, more Wimbledon highlights.

Firstly, Pause Sue Barker, a poem written by the Bard of Grouville celebrating the day Andy beat Novak to win the Wimbledon title for the first time since the Big Bang.

(Murray vs Djokovic : Wimbledon Men’s Final 7th July 2013)

Pause Sue Barker and get on your mobile phone,
Silence the dog’s barking with a big juicy bone;
Strike up the pipe band and with its big base drum,
Update the rankings to mark the outcome.

Planes circle, soar and twist overhead,
Scribbling in the sky that Novak has fled;
Tie tartan bows on yet another Cup,
On a day when Andy was clearly fired-up.

He binds our North, our South, our East and West,
Our two Wimbledon weeks without any rest;
Our game, our set, our match, our song,
The race is won and the sceptics wrong.

The stars paid tribute and sparkled as one;
The moon was unpacked and shone like the sun;
Doubters dumfounded and now everyone reckons,
The story’s so special that Hollywood beckons.

A few of Andrew’s most popular clips can be viewed below.