Andy Murray played the match of his life today and dominated Roger Federer to win the first major title of his professional career, the Olympic gold medal, 61 62 64.Federer looked typically sharp early but Murray had an answer for everything and just wasn't going to be denied today. Murray's game, movement, serve and composure were better than ever and he was able to escape unscathed from the few tricky junctures in the match. Federer's play and tactics did not vary much despite falling two sets down, as the tennis legend seemed to sense and understand his fate on this day. Federer can still be satisfied with a Olympic silver medal in singles, which is a special accomplishment in it's own right. (Did you see how important the bronze medal was for the teary-eyed Juan Martin Del Potro?)This was Andy Murray's long-awaited breakout moment. Nothing in the world was going to stop him from winning the Olympic gold medal in London, England. Absolutley nothing. Not even the imposing presence of the greatest player of all time, in the midst of one of the best stretches of his illustrious career.Now the stage is set for Murray to capitalize on this remarkable achievement and take his potential to the next level - by winning the biggest events in tennis. Murray is now in better position than ever before to change the upper ATP hierarchy, and win major titles. Much like Amelie Mauresmo, who won the Australian Open and Wimbledon titles soon after she won her first big singles title - the year end WTA championships. Congratulations to Andy Murray for such a memorable performance today.