12.6 million viewers tune in to see murrays epic win by bo wilson 18, from Fareham, said: Andy is so cool that Id queue for a month to see him play. We have to have a British winner. Weve waited so long and Andy can be the hero. Her friend Anna Pastellas, 18, added: It was an incredible match and let people know Andy has arrived. The fact that so many people are queuing shows how desperate we all are for him to win Wimbledon. national impor- tance. He added: A decision was taken from the outset to stick with it until the end as it was a nail-biting finish. The late finish was thanks to Wimbledons new roof, with built-in floodlights. Officials were thrilled with the first closing of the roof. One said: These late-night finishes will become part of the nations consciousness. Murray was cheered on by 15,000 spectators, with the closed roof increasing noise levels. The 22-year-old Scot said: That was proba- bly the noisiest crowd I have played in front of. It definitely sounds and feels much louder with the roof. Fans started the queue yesterday in anticipation of his victory, and Vasilisa Alexander, 19, from Moscow, was at its head. She said: Andy is a huge star and tennis fans adore the way he plays. I was amazed that I was first in the queue, but now there are several hundred behind me. Student Louise Payne, London Lite Tuesday, 30 June 2009 see sport: pages 32,33 &34 Inbrief Fertilityriskfrom heart disease HEART disease in men doubles the risk of infertility in their daughters. Findings published today reveal a link between women developing polycystic ovarian syndrome and cardiac problems in their fathers. The syndrome affects the ovaries and can cause infertility -- both Victoria Beckham and Jools Oliver are sufferers. customs man held over drugs A CusTOms officer was among seven people arrested on suspicion of drugs trafficking. The 50-year- old was arrested at his home in Dover on sunday and later bailed. Four other men were also detained at their homes in Kent. Earlier on sunday, a 43-year-old man and a woman aged 27 were held after their boat arrived at Dover harbour loaded with 55lb of cannabis. textinpollution levelasyouwalk PEDEsTRIANs are to be given pollution monitors so scientists can create a map of Londons poor quality air. The sensors, which transmit data through volunteers mobile phones, will measure five pollutants, including nitrogen oxides and sulphur dioxides. scientists say it could radically alter our understanding of how pollution spreads in the capital. star slams the torchwood cuts JOHN BARROWmAN has slammed the BBC for cutting back the Doctor Who spin-off series Torchwood. Barrowman, who stars as Captain Jack Harkness, was told that the new series, which attracted millions of fans when it began in 2006, will only have five episodes instead of the usual 13. He said: I feel like we are being punished. ANDY MURRAY fans started queuing for tickets for his quarter-final match BEFORE he had even started his epic late-night triumph. They formed a line at 5.30am yes- terday to see the British No 1 at Wimbledon tomorrow. Murrays five-set Centre Court victory over Stanislas Wawrinka created unprecedented levels of demand for tickets to his next match, against Juan Carlos Ferrero. At its peak an estimated 12.6m viewers -- the biggest TV audience for a weekday match -- watched last nights three-hour, 57-minute game on BBC1. Programme controllers moved EastEnders, Crimewatch and the news. Today a BBC spokesman said the game had been regarded as of Light fantastic: Wimbledons new Centre Court roof allowed the late finish Ace: crowds watched Murray, left, on the big screen First in line: tennis fan Vasilisa Alexander queueing this morning the 48-hour queue to see andys next game the 48-hour queue to see andys next game H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html