Millions of people were glued to TV screens, listening on radios or following on their mobile phones as Andy Murray secured a historic Wimbledon win on Sunday, while coverage of his progress to the final dominated the newspapers.

Murray explains to BBC Radio Scotland how he deals with the pressure of expectation: "You try and stay away from it [media coverage] I didn't have the TV on the last couple of weeks, I didn't read any newspapers, when you are in the stadium you feel the whole atmosphere there but you don't quite realise how many people are supporting you until you get off the court. I saw some of the images from Dunblane and Henman Hill and they were amazing."