Andy Murray turns final around to win his fifth Queen's title... and Wimbledon awaits

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Andy Murray won a record fifth title at Queen's as the Scot battled back from a set and a break down to beat Canada's Milos Raonic.

Murray looked destined for defeat when Raonic took the first set and then led 3-0 in the second, but the British number one pulled off a classic Murray fightback to win 6-7 (5/7) 6-4 6-3.

It means his success at the Aegon Championships is now unparalleled, moving above the list of four-time winners like Roy Emerson, Boris Becker, Lleyton Hewitt, Andy Roddick, and John McEnroe.

Great Britain's Andy Murray celebrates winning the final of the 2016 AEGON Championships at The Queen's Club, London (Steve Paston/PA)
(Steve Paston/PA)

And it's got everyone very excited for Wimbledon.

Murray has never struggled for resilience but this was a turnaround to rival some of the best in his career, sparked by two quick-fire breaks against the world number nine, who had previously not lost serve all tournament.

Great Britain's Andy Murray during the final of the 2016 AEGON Championships at The Queen's Club, London (Steve Paston/PA)
(Steve Paston/PA)

And viewers warmed to his Canadian opponent Milos Raonic - who produced an impressive 14 aces in the match.

Canada's Milos Raonic in action during day six of the 2016 AEGON Championships at The Queen's Club, London(Steve Paston/PA)
(Steve Paston/PA)