After losing in last year's Wimbledon final, Andy Murray was determined to not let it happen again. And it didn't. He knew the pressure was on him to win, and he withstood it. Murray played to the roar of the crowd, overpowering Novak Djokovic 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 to become the first British man to win Wimbledon since 1936 -- battling back from a 4-1 second-set deficit, and holding off a late surge by Djokovic to win it all. Afterward, Murray stated, "I understand how much everyone wanted to see a British winner at Wimbledon, so I hope you enjoyed it." And that we did.
Murray wasn't the only Wimbledon winner to crack the top five. Brothers Bob and Mike Bryan found themselves in the third spot after winning the men's doubles title, and Marion Bartoli is in the fourth spot after claiming the women's title. Bookending those two are the Reds' Homer Bailey for his accomplishment on the mound, and Jimmie Johnson for his deed on the track. Do you agree with our Top 10? Check out our list and let your voice be heard in the comments section.
The Cross-Sport Power Rankings week runs from Tuesday to Monday, covering all sporting events in that seven-day span.