RESULTS – SUNDAY, 5 AUGUST, 2012
Singles – Gold Medal Match
 A Murray (GBR) d  R Federer (SUI) 62 61 64
Singles – Bronze Medal Match
 J Potro (ARG) d  N Djokovic (SRB) 75 64
Mixed Doubles – Gold Medal Match
 M Mirnyi / V Azarenka (BLR) d A Murray / L Robson (GBR) 26 63 10-8
Mixed Doubles – Bronze Medal Match
 M Bryan / L Raymond (USA) d C Kas / S Lisicki (GER) 63 46 10-4
WHAT THE PLAYERS SAID
Andy Murray: “When I look back on the match, it will be one that I’ll look at as the biggest win of my career for sure. It’s definitely one of the best matches I played. I dealt with all the situations that were in front of me well. I have lost some tough matches. Yeah, I’ve had a lot of questions asked about me many times. I’m just glad that today I managed to put on a performance.
“I would love to win Wimbledon, for sure. But this felt good. I wouldn’t change this for anything right now. I keep my medals, my trophies, in one room in my house. This will go in front of all of them.”
On what it means for British tennis: “If we can get more kids playing sport, the more chance there is of getting great champions and Olympic medallists. For tennis to get more kids playing, we’ll get more champions because of that. For a country of our size, we’ve done amazingly well I think so far in this Olympics.”
Roger Federer: “Andy was much better than I was today in many aspects of the game. For me, itâ€™s been a great month. I won Wimbledon, became World No. 1 again, and I got silver. Donâ€™t feel too bad for me. I am very, very proud honestly to have won a silver [medal].
“Murrayâ€™s an amazing player already. I thought he played a very, very good Wimbledon championship. So for me what I was happy to see is that he didnâ€™t have a let-down after the Wimbledon final. Itâ€™s easy to come back, best-of-three, go out third round maybe. You just feel more horrible. But he didnâ€™t do that. He came, he won gold. I think this is how champions react.”
On whether he will compete at the 2012 Rio Olympics: “I hope so. I said it before the tournament that it’s not impossible that I could take part in Rio. Itâ€™s not front and centre in my mind. But, of course, Iâ€™d love an Olympic gold in singles.â€
Juan Martin del Potro: “I think I’m the most happy [person in] the world at this moment. It’s our (Argentina’s) first medal at this Olympic Games. It’s the first time in menâ€™s singles. I think it means a lot for us. I wish a fantastic day for [Argentineans] to celebrate this with meâ€¦ It’s amazing. It’s history, I think. It’s time to celebrate all together.
“After a really sad day two days ago, it’s not easy to recovery and to play these kind of matches. But I had energy in my body, in my heart and that’s helped me to play this big challenge. I think I played really close to my best level, like against Federer.”
Max Mirnyi: “This is a dream come true at possibly my last Olympics. Itâ€™s fabulous to win the title. It certainly adds an extra spice to the tournament, it being at Wimbledon. The emotions are beyond words right now. Itâ€™s the pinnacle of my career, for sure. We came to the Olympics to represent our country and to have won a gold medal, it couldnâ€™t have been better.”
Mike Bryan: “Bronze medal feels really good. I told her (Lisa Raymond) that it’s been a great 28 days and we’d rather take this over Wimby any day – this is an Olympic medal. She’s so mentally tough, she came off the court and bounced back and played scintillating tennis. I’m in awe of everything she does and I’m lucky to play with her. Thanks Lisa. Thanks for the bronze.”