Finally! Andy Murray’s Wimbledon victory on Sunday against Serbia’s Novak Djokovic marks the end of a 77-year drought for Britain. Maybe 77 is Murray’s lucky number, since also he also returned 77 percent of serves. And he’s learned from last year’s defeat to Roger Federer at Centre Court—which devastated the whole nation—that he called the hardest of his career. In this year’s final, Murray defeated top seed Djokovic (whom he had also defeated at the U.S. Open in New York last year). As for Sunday’s victory, Murray said, “I just don’t know that I will ever top” it—and said “whatever I do know, I won’t have that same pressure, that same expectation.” It’s a feeling shared by all of Britain. And even though the country celebrated Murray’s victory, be careful not to call him English—a mistake The New York Times learned the hard way.