Judy Murray hands out hot drinks to chilly Wimbledon queuers


Judy Murray has spent more time in the media spotlight than her son Andy at Wimbledon so far this week after she helped hand out hot drinks to fans who queued outside the famous venue at SW19 this morning.

Just days after Murray was bestowed the *honour* of being 'chief foliage officer' at Pimm's, she was again at her branding best as she joined Rafael Nadal's coach, Toni, and former world number one Carlos Moya to give out free Lavazza coffees to chilly punters.

The day after son Andy's first-round victory, Murray smiled and handed out small cups to excited fans who stopped to take pictures.

She joked with one woman who had her hands full with glasses of champagne: "It's good to start early."

The hot drinks were just the tonic for the fans who have turned out on a day that looks like it will succumb to the wet weather.