In Pictures: Scots tennis legend Andy Murray's top 10 victories

The announcement that this summer's Wimbledon tennis tournament had been cancelled due to coronavirus was yet another kick in the teeth for sports fans.

Friday, 3rd April 2020, 9:55 am
This unforgettable final in the SW19 sunshine saw Murray prevail against the Serbian great, to become the first British Wimbledon men's singles champion since Fred Perry in 1936.

With virtually all sport currently on lockdown during the horrible worldwide pandemic, organisers had little choice but to bin the London event for the first time since WWII.

Amid all the doom and gloom, we at JPI Media thought we would try and lift your spirits by profiling the top 10 victories achieved by Scots tennis great Andy Murray, who was hoping to return to the championships this year for the first time since reaching the quarter-finals in 2017.

Sir Andy, of Dunblane, widely regarded as Scotland's greatest ever sportsman, returned to the tennis circuit in 2019 after undergoing a second hip operation. But he and the rest of the sporting world remain in lockdown as we all await the coronavirus being brought under control.

This unforgettable final in the SW19 sunshine saw Murray prevail against the Serbian great, to become the first British Wimbledon men's singles champion since Fred Perry in 1936.

Here, sports reporter Craig Goldthorp profiles 10 of the racket legend's best successes in major tournaments, the Olympic Games and the Davis Cup. Enjoy!

After an incredible, topsy turvy encounter which finished after 3am UK time, Murray won his first major title by beating Djokovic in New York.
Murray clinched his second Wimbledon crown and third major. In a bizarre coincidence, I watched the match at Easter Road, the home stadium of Murray's favourite team Hibs, as they were playing my team Motherwell in a friendly.
Andy Murray, helped by brother Jamie in the team event, led Great Britain to a 3-1 final success over Belgium, giving this nation its first Davis Cup victory since 1936 and their 10th overall.
Murray thrilled the home crowd at Wimbledon by thrashing the Swiss great in straight sets to become the first Brit to win tennis's Olympic men's singles final since Josiah Ritchie in 1908.
Murray defended his Olympic men's singles crown with a hard fought four-hour success over the towering Argentine in Rio.
Murray defeated Wawrinka in four sets to become the first male British player since Bunny Austin in 1937 to reach a French Open final.
In beating Spanish great Nadal in New York, Murray became the first player from Britain since Greg Rusedski in 1997 to reach a major final.
Murray came through a five set marathon against Canadian star Raonic to reach his fifth Australian Open men's singles final. One of the few disappointments of his career is he's lost all of them.
Murray, then a 19-year-old in only his second year as a professional, beat the powerful American third seed with a phenomenal display which delighted centre court.