- 273 updates
Andy Murray, who is representing Great Britain in the Olympics in just a few weeks, last night said he does not know how long he plans to take off tennis.
"Until my mind is right," he said. "There's no point in going on the court until I'm ready to go out there and learn and work hard and do the right things in the gym and in practice because there's just no point.
"So I'll wait and see how my body recovers after the next few days.
"I fell a lot of times this tournament. I got a lot of bruises all over my body and stuff.
"So I need to take a few days off, let everything heal, recover, and then see.
"But I won't be on the court next week, that's for sure."
Andy Murray's brother Jamie has taken to Twitter to say that his brother, 'is a champion' despite his loss at Wimbledon today:
Andy's older brother who is a champion doubles player also said that Federer was 'a champion too' and congratulated him on his win.
Tennis fans in Dunblane heaped praise on Andy Murray after their local hero lost out in his bid to win Wimbledon.
Supporters in his home town cheered on the tennis star as he aimed to become the first British man to win a singles title at the All-England Club in 76 years.
Penny Perry, the daughter of British tennis champion Fred Perry, has told ITV News that her human side "is somewhat relieved" her father's record remains intact, but praised Andy Murray for his "absolutely phenomenal" effort.
The Scot - the first Briton to make it to the final in 74 years - was hoping to become the first male champion since Fred Perry in 1936.
Andy Murray's mother has tweeted about her son calling him "amazing" following his Wimbledon final defeat against Roger Federer. Judy Murray also posted a picture champagne being poured, saying there was "lots to celebrate."
Latest ITV News reports
Andy Murray will be taking time away from the tennis court today after losing out in his bid to make Wimbledon history.
Great Britain's Andy Murray has been beaten at Wimbledon by champion Roger Federer, as the Swiss veteran claimed his seventh SW19 title