Gordon Reid made history when he won the first ever Wimbledon men’s wheelchair singles title, his second victory of the weekend.
The 24-year-old Scot dropped his racket to the ground and raised his arms in the air, a huge grin across his face, after beating the Swede Stefan Olsson in straight sets.
The partisan crowd chanted “Reid-o, Reid-o” as he served for Championship point, and after a shaky double fault they roared their delight when he won the final point.
Reid’s supporters sang and chanted his name as he wheeled his way around the court, whirling a hair band around his head.
And there were emotional scenes as he embraced his coach Karen Ross, who has been with him since he was a teenager.