Andy Murray returns to Britain

Andy Murray has arrived back in Britain after winning the US Open - his first ever Grand Slam title and Britain's first male major singles champion for 76 years. He is said to be taking a few days out to rest and "get his head right".

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Murray's home town celebrates victory

Fans in Andy Murray's home town of Dunblane exploded in rapturous applause as the British number claimed his first Grand Slam title.

At the Dunblane Hotel, near Stirling, posters of the 25-year-old were hung on the walls and champagne was on ice ready for his victory.

A crowd of around 80 fans packed into the bar to watch the nail-biting five-hour game into the small hours of this morning, before erupting into a mass celebration and chanting "There's only one Andy Murray".


Judy Murray celebrates Andy's win with two desserts


Fresh fruit platter, choc chip ice cream and margarita. Celebration station.


Chocolate mousse, black cherries and blackcurrant sorbet. Second dessert of the evening. Yep, I'm celebrating.

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