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Fans gather as Murray bids for gold
Murray mania returned to Wimbledon as fans braved downpours to see the Scot try to take double gold for Team GB.
The 25-year-old will take on Roger Federer in the singles final, before teaming up with Laura Robson in the mixed doubles final.
Andy Murray's return to centre court comes just weeks after his heartbreaking loss to the Swiss player in the Wimbledon final.
Rain hit SW19, and the now well-used centre court roof was on for the first match of the day - the women's doubles final between the Williams sisters and Czech pair Lucie Hradecka and Andrea Hlavackova. The US duo took the gold medal.
But the rain did not deter supporters - even those without tickets to the dry haven of centre court were gathered on Murray Mount ready to watch Britain's bid for more gold medals after Saturday night's fantastic performance.
Murray can expect the same high levels of support in his match that he experienced during Wimbledon, as well as his Olympic campaign.
He said on Saturday he will place equal importance on both his Olympic finals as he goes for double gold.
"For me, both matches are very important. I'd love to win two golds, and I'd obviously prefer one gold to two silvers. It's very different preparation to what I'm used to and that's the beauty of this competition.
"Winning a mixed doubles title at Wimbledon would be great but winning the singles title is obviously much, much bigger, whereas here it counts for exactly the same in the medal table.
"I'd obviously love to beat Roger tomorrow as well but either match would be great to win and I'll give it my best in both."