The hill was the place to be to watch a Briton reach the summit

The thousands on their feet on the hill were a rolling tide of sound, so quiet during points it seemed as if they were all holding their breath, so loud every time Murray won one.

updated: July 08, 2013 08:52 IST
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Wimbledon, England: When they open the gates at the All England Club, the public address announcer says, "Please do not run." The stewards on the grounds reiterate it: "Please walk."

But try telling that to fans who were heading to the best place to watch Andy Murray again attempt to become the first British man to win Wimbledon since 1936.

The place, which faces the big screen outside of No. 1 Court, is officially Aorangi Terrace. But it is commonly called Henman Hill, though increasingly - and perhaps permanently now - it is referred to as Murray Mound or Murray Mount.

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