Calls for Andy Murray to receive a knighthood have intensified in the wake of the Scots’ victory in the gold medal match at Rio 2016.
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Alex Salmond previously said the tennis player would be the “most popular Scottish knight since Sir William Wallace”.
Murray won a second gold medal at the Rio Olympics on Sunday. It was his second triumph of the summer after he secured a second Wimbledon title last month.
The Dunblane-born champion also won the US Open in 2012 and steered Great Britain to victory in the Davis Cup last year.
Three cyclists have previously been similarly honoured: Sir Chris Hoy in 2009, Dame Sarah Storey and Sir Bradley Wiggins in 2013.