The ten other times proved to be a challenge for Murray; Novak Djokovic or Roger Federer always stood in his way to successfully complete his journey.
Murray buried his head in his towel and wept in the moments after victory.
He added later: 'I still feel like my best tennis is ahead of me, that I have an opportunity to win more [Grand Slams].
Murray described himself as having had a "great night" in Mayfair nightclub Drama after going to the Guildhall in the City of London with his team to celebrate his victory in the men's singles and left around 3am. But, even if I don't play, I'm still probably going to go anyway, just to be there with the team. "It also has given me a little bit of extra motivation, as well, to work hard, train hard, and do all of the right things to give myself a chance to win these events".
In an interview after Sunday's final, the 25-year-old Raonic commended Murray for his fine tournament.
"It's a hard challenge".
"Every single time you play him, you know he's going to get more returns back than anybody else, alongside with Novak (Djokovic)", Raonic said.
"This one is going to sting".
"It's a shame, I would have liked to have taken it back and slept with it - I didn't want to let go of it when I was on the court".
Both times Murray earned a major trophy, Ivan Lendl was his coach.
Raonic was looking to become the first Canadian man to win a Grand Slam title.
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Lendl is expected to be seated in Murray's guest box at Centre Court for the final.
Prince William and wife Kate were joined by former champions Bjorn Borg, Boris Becker and Stefan Edberg as well as Hollywood actors Bradley Cooper, Benedict Cumberbatch and Hugh Grant.
According to the official statistics, Murray made only 12 unforced errors, two in the second set.
The Scot did not reach another final for 18 months after his Wimbledon triumph in 2013, spending four months on the sidelines after undergoing back surgery.
Finally, at 2-all in the third, Raonic got to 15-40 for his first - and, it turned out, only - break points, thanks to a forehand return victor off an 82 miles per hour second serve.
He had gone into the match having hit 137 aces in the previous six rounds.
That included the second-set tiebreaker, when Raonic missed an easy forehand volley on the first point and then failed to put away a smash to fall behind 4-1.
However, fresh from claiming the second Wimbledon title of his career on Sunday, Murray has announced that he is likely to miss the upcoming tie in Belgrade, although he will travel alongside the team in order to offer his support.
Milos had made the fastest serve of this year's Wimbledon with a speed of 147 km/hr which was converted to a point by Murray with a attractive pass. Murray has shown his authority in every aspect finishing the game with only nine unforced errors and got up 5-0 in the tie-breaks.