Scotland's papers: Scotland salutes 'greatest hero' Andy Murray

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Image caption An emotional image of Andy Murray dominates the front page of the Scottish Sun as he announced his plans to retire.
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Image caption The National leads with an outpouring of support for Murray, as he told how he did not think he could play through the pain of his hip injury.
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Image caption The Press and Journal leads with Andy Murray alongside a story on parking fines in Aberdeen - over the last two years drives have been hit with £500,000 in fines.
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Image caption Andy Murray's grandmother features on the front page of the Daily Record, saying the ace's health "comes first".
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Image caption The tennis star and his mother Judy are pictured in a warm embrace on the front page of The Scotsman, which also leads with accusations that Labour have no plan to break the Brexit deadlock.
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Image caption The Daily Telegraph reports two "personality cults" are jeopardising the SNP's grip on power - one "fan club" of advisers who supported Alex Salmond, and the other for Nicola Sturgeon.
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Image caption Andy Murray's 2013 victory at Wimbledon features on the front page of the Scottish Daily Express as fans pay tribute to their hero.
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Image caption Similarly the Daily Star leads with Murray's career highlights - he said yesterday he planned to make it to Wimbledon but feared he may not make it past the Australian Open.
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Image caption Murray openly wept as he informed journalists of his plans to bow out of tennis - a moment pictured in The Courier. Nicola Sturgeon hailed him as a "role model" for young people.
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Image caption Again the Scottish Daily Mail leads with Murray's news, highlighting how he sought comfort from his mother Judy who first set him on his tennis career.
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Image caption Conservative donors who spent millions on the campaign for Britain to leave the EU feature on the front page of The Times, saying that Brexit may never come to fruition.
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Image caption The ipaper highlights how Andy Murray has "put Dunblane on the map" amid tributes. Murray says he still intends to play his Australian Open first-round match against Spanish 22nd seed Roberto Bautista Agut next week.
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Image caption And The Herald reports that thousands of protesters will gather to call for a snap general election in London's Trafalgar Square.

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