Andy Murray namechecked David Cameron in his Wimbledon victory speech and it didn't go down well


Once Andy Murray had stopped crying after his second Wimbledon win, it was time for him to say a few thank yous.

And along with thanking his team and his family following the straight sets win, the British number one also gave a shoutout to Prime Minister David Cameron, who was watching from the Royal Box.

How did that go down?

Well, it was initially met by cheers from the moneyed Wimbledon crowd.

But once they died away there was the unmistakable sounds of a few boos in the background. Awkward.

Cheer up though, Dave - at least you got a mention.

Some people didn't even get that...