The most bizarre and hilarious ways Scotland and the world have celebrated Andy Murray

As the tennis star is set to retire this year, we take a look at some of the ways his career has been celebrated at home and abroad.

Sunday, 13th January 2019, 7:59 pm
Updated Sunday, 13th January 2019, 8:13 pm
Sir Andy Murray has won the Men's Singles title at Wimbledon twice. Picture: PA

With the news that Andy’s career will be recognised with a statue at Wimbledon, you might wonder how else the tennis ace has been commemorated throughout the years...

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In 2011 during the Shanghai Rolex Masters, Andy Murray was presented with his likeness in terracotta for winning the males singles. Picture: GOH CHAI HIN/AFP/Getty Images.

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A three foot LEGO model, weighing more than 12 kg, featuring tennis pro Andy Murray was displayed at the entrance to the Wimbledon Park before the tournament began in 2011. Picture: Getty Images. Julian Finney/Getty Images.
Back in 2007 during the Boodles Legends Tennis Classic at De Vere Mottram a life-sized wax work of Andy was unveiled to which his response was: it's taller than me. Picture: PA.
Andy's home town was quick to celebrate its famous son's retirement news, with local butcher Graham Fleming creating three steak pies, shown in the shop window, with pastry letters spelling out Thank you,  Andy, and a third decorated like a tennis ball. Picture: TSPL