Andy Murray's 'fun night after great day' for British tennis
Andy Murray says he celebrated "the most successful day in British tennis history" after he won the men's singles title for the second time.
The world number two highlighted the success of fellow tennis players Heather Watson who won the mixed doubles, Jordanne Whiley who claimed the women's wheelchair doubles title, and Gordon Reid won the men's wheelchair doubles title with partner Alfie Hewett on Saturday and then made history by claiming the first men's wheelchair singles title on Sunday.
The Dunblane-raised treble Grand Slam winner said he had fun with family and friends following the win.
11 Jul 2016
- From the section Scotland