For a man who a lot of people see as an emotionless robot, Andy Murray sure does cry a lot.
The British number one beat Milos Raonic 6-4 7-6 7-6 to claim his second Wimbledon singles title, and promptly celebrated by bawling his eyes out.
Andy Murray shedding actual tears in a continuous loop https://t.co/HRaZOczH6w
-- Ricky Dimon (@Dimonator) July 10, 2016
It was more than a lot of fans could take.
Seriously though. Andy Murray can't stop crying AND NEITHER CAN ANYONE. #Wimbledon
-- Courtney Nguyen (@FortyDeuceTwits) July 10, 2016
Mate I'm not even a tennis fan but Murray crying has broken me ??
-- katie (@Kaaaaatie_x) July 10, 2016
Murray's crying again. I can't cope, man. I preferred him when he was emotionless.
-- Ben Wills (@_BenWills) July 10, 2016
I'm always moved by the tears of an athlete. And esp by the tears of a champion-tears of joy, of triumph & relief. Well done, Andy Murray!
-- Liz Clarke (@lizclarketweet) July 10, 2016
Sir Andy Murray - what a win. Sobbing with pride. Him and us. A brilliant example of the fruits hard work and total dedication can achieve.
-- Chris Evans (@achrisevans) July 10, 2016
-- Monica Puig (@MonicaAce93) July 10, 2016
Some people thought they even saw the faintest suggestion of a tear in inscrutable coach Ivan Lendl's eye.
Definite tears. Definite.
Murray in tears, Judy in tears, Lendl in tears. But who can blame them.
-- Aimee Lewis (@aimee_lou_lewis) July 10, 2016
-- Lorraine (@reallorraine) July 10, 2016
Andy Murray, so brilliant. Even Ivan Lendl crying. Incredible scenes.
-- the pastels (@pastels_the) July 10, 2016
Not everyone was so moved, though.
Andy Murray is either crying with joy or he's having flashbacks to his mother on Strictly Come Dancing. #Wimbledon
-- David Owens (@asoundreaction) July 10, 2016