Murray downplays knighthood

Andy Murray has told ITV News his historic Wimbledon victory "shouldn't be deserving of a knighthood", but admitted that he would not turn one down. David Cameron fuelled speculation by proclaiming: "I can't think of anyone who deserves one more."

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Murray's victory built on the clay courts of Spain

Andy Murray's victory was built on dedication and hard work on the clay courts of Spain. He apparently had a will to win from the age of three when he started playing in Scotland.

But, it was when he headed to Spain as a 15-year-old that the real improvement came. Our Sports reporter Natalie Pirks has been to the Sanchez-Casal Academy in Barcelona where a British champion was made.

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Murray's win gives his home town a new legacy

For one small town in Scotland, Andy Murray's Wimbledon victory matters more than anywhere else in the UK. In Dunblane, nearly every adult treasures memories of him as a determined little boy with a tennis racket.

But more significantly, Andy Murray's win has given his home town a new legacy, this time of triumph and joy. From Dunblane, Martin Geissler reports.

Read: From Dunblane to Wimbledon winner: Andy Murray's career in pictures.

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