Andy Murray was coy on whether he would propose to long term-girlfriend Kim Sears saying "you never know".
When pressed on whether he has plans to propose to his girlfriend of eight years, Murray said: "I haven't planned it. But you never know."
Murray said he was "relieved" to win to put the pain of last year's defeat which left him "sobbing into (his) pillow for two or three days" behind him.
The British number one said he hoped more kids would start playing tennis as a result of his victory, but insisted there needed to be greater access to the right facilities for that to happen.
Despite his historic win, Andy Murray remains modest, telling ITV News he doesn't feel he deserves it for winning a sports event.
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