They're all wonderful pictures. Hugging Murray 'cool' says boy, 11
That little lad, is special.
You see him as he desperately pushes his way to the front, the red Swiss flag hanging lifeless over the box, you can read his lips as he screams, 'Andy, Andy'!
His little arms outstretched he buries his face in Andys shoulder. Then the big sigh afterwards as he makes his way back to his dad.
Andy actually turned round and went back to hug him. Now, that is truly amazing when you've just won gold and have all sorts of thought and emotions running through your mind.
That's the sign of a great man and good human being, our Andy.
(UKPA) – 1 day ago
The schoolboy who hugged Andy Murray after his Olympic gold win described the moment as "cool".
Henry Caplan, 11, was photographed embracing the tennis star after slipping away from his father following the historic Wimbledon victory.
The youngster ran past Roger Federer's stunned relatives to ask the Scot for a hug.
Henry, from Blackmore, Essex, told BBC Essex: "As soon as Andy Murray won I was crying with joy and hugging my dad.
"I told my dad to get off and the next minute I was gone.
"I was down by the royal bit in front of Federer's mum and dad.
"Then I hugged Andy Murray. I just thought I had to be there. It was cool."
Asked what Murray said to him, Henry said: "Anything for my fans."
Henry was at the final with father Elliot, 41, and brothers Alex, nine, and Jeremy, 19.
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