ANDY MURRAY broke down in tears after beating Milos Raonic to win his second Wimbledon title.
With the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge watching from the Royal Box, Murray put his head in his hands and pointed at the sky in delight, before throwing his racket into a jubilant crowd.
His victory in three sets means he has now won his third Grand Slam.
The crowd rattled the Centre Court rafters with a roar of appreciation for their hero, standing together to cheer and applaud his brilliance.
Murray seemed overcome by emotion as the enormity of his achievement dawned on him.
His wife Kim and mother Judy screamed their joy from Murray’s box, with his coaching team hugging each other.
As the crowd chanted, “Let’s go Andy, let’s go!” he wiped away tears.
There was success for another Scot too earlier in the day.
Gordon Reid landed his second Wimbledon title of the weekend with a brilliant victory in the tournament’s first wheelchair singles event.
The 24-year-old from Glasgow beat Sweden’s Stefan Olsson 6-1 6-4 to the delight of a large crowd on Court 17.
Nerves looked to affect him when Reid double-faulted on his first match point, but on the second Olsson sliced a backhand into the net and the home crowd roared its delight, chanting “Reid-o, Reid-o”.
Reid and Alfie Hewett took the men’s wheelchair doubles title on Saturday.