Always set to end in tears for our Andy
Remember the days when Andy Murray was branded a dour Scot who refused to show any emotion?
Derided by some for lacking in personality or humour?
The boy from Dunblane charmed not just by winning Wimbledon and picking up a couple of Olympic gold medals but by his tears. Tears when he lost, tears when he won.
And a passion and talent for the game that has made him the world’s greatest tennis player and landed him a knighthood.
Through social media, we saw his sense of humour whether that was taking the mickey out of himself or having a good-natured pop at his mum, Judy.
So when Andy, 31, announced his retirement after a decade at the top, of course he was going to cry.
And we love him even the more for it.