Andy Murray wins first clay-court tournament

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Andy Murray holding trophyAFP

Andy Murray has won his first clay-court tournament at the Munich Open, beating Philipp Kohlschreiber in the final.

Murray won in just over three hours, in a rain-interrupted match against the German, with a 7-6 (7-4) 5-7 7-6 (7-4) victory.

By winning the event, he becomes the first Brit to win an ATP event on clay since Buster Mottram in April 1976.

Speaking after the match, Murray said: "I didn't realise I was the first Brit to win on clay for so long, so that's obviously an honour."

Andy Murray being handed lederhosen trousersAFP

As well as being handed a trophy, Murray was also presented with a pair of lederhosen, which is traditional German clothing.

Andy Murray holding trophyALlsport/getty images

He didn't seem too sure about them at first but it didn't take him long to get them on.

Andy Murray being handed keys to carALlsport/getty images

If that wasn't enough, he was also given the keys to a brand new sportscar, courtesy of the tournament sponsors.