Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray's first day as champion

Andy Murray arrives at SW19
After the triumph, the adulation, the winner's ball and presumably a well-earned party, new Wimbledon champion Andy Murray arrives at the All England Club at 08:00 BST for a lengthy round of media commitments
Andy Murray on BBC Breakfast
First up, BBC Breakfast and Mike Bushell at 08:05 BST: "I feel all right. I'm tired," admits Murray, the first British male winner of Wimbledon in 77 years. "I've probably slept for about an hour, hour-and-a-half"
Andy Murray on 5 live Breakfast
Then on to 5 live Breakfast with Tony Livesey and George Riley: "I need to try to improve and use this as a springboard to try and get better," says Murray. "Will I win another Slam? I don't know - I'll just keep working hard, enjoy this and then get back to work"
Andy Murray poses with newspapers
Media commitments concluded, Murray then retires indoors to pose with the British newspapers of the day. "Perhaps Murray's finest achievement was in making the stony-faced [coach] Ivan Lendl break into a smile," writes Ian Murtagh in the Daily Star
Andy Murray poses with trophy at Fred Perry statue
Then it was back out into the manicured beauty of SW19 to cradle his hard-earned trophy at the foot of a statue of the great Fred Perry, the last British player to win the men's singles at Wimbledon, in 1936
Andy Murray at sponsor's event
A few hours later, the world number two makes an appearance at a sponsor's event, playing tennis with local children and celebrities, from Channel 4 News host Jon Snow to the One Show's Alex Jones and Matt Baker
Andy Murray and local children
The younger generation are thrilled to meet the new champion of the grass court, but after posing for pictures along with his Wimbledon trophy, Murray makes a dash for a more historic venue...
Andy Murray outside Number 10
Striding down Downing Street, Murray reaches the door of Number 10, home of the prime minister and venue of a formal reception attended by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, Labour leader Ed Miliband and Angus Robertson from the Scottish National Party
David Cameron and Andy Murray
Prime Minister David Cameron meets Murray on his doorstep - the Conservative leader attended Sunday's Wimbledon men's final, and said on Monday: "I can't think of anyone who deserves [a knighthood] more"
Andy Murray at Downing Street
Some 24 hours after winning the Wimbledon title, Murray found himself entertaining Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, Prime Minister David Cameron, Labour leader Ed Miliband and Angus Robertson of the Scottish National Party in the Downing Street garden