Andy's audience – Thousands lined the streets of the Scottish town of Dunblane to welcome home local hero and U.S. Open champion Andy Murray.
Braving the elements – Despite wet weather, eager fans waited for a glimpse of the world No. 4.
Return of the king – Murray, who beat Novak Djokovic in five sets to clinch his first grand slam title, spent four-and-a-half hours signing autographs and playing tennis with young fans at his former club.
A golden welcome – It was also the first time Murray had returned home since he clinched the men's singles gold medal at the Olympic Games. Murray destroyed Roger Federer in three sets to take the title, while also winning mixed doubles silver for Team GB alongside Laura Robson.
Mother's pride – Murray's mother Judy was also present to greet the crowds. Judy is a tennis coach and Britain's Fed Cup captain.