British tennis star Andy Murray returned to tennis court fencing in Scotland yesterday (July 6th) to watch his mother give lessons to aspiring youngsters.

Andy, younger brother Jamie and mother Judy visited Brodie Park tennis courts in Paisley after refurbishment was completed at the facilities.

The Scotsman reports that hundreds of local parents and children turned up to see the unveiling and catch a glimpse of the Great Britain tennis star.

Murray will be returning to action this weekend as Great Britain face Luxembourg in a Davis Cup tie in Glasgow from tomorrow (July 8th) until Sunday (July 10th).

Judy Murray told the news provider that her son will not be disappointed with his Wimbledon heartbreak, which ended after he was beaten by world number two Rafael Nadal last week.

"You just have to move on," she explained.

"The tennis circuit is pretty much 11 months of the year so, you know, as soon as one is done you have only a couple of days to reflect on it, then he was up here ready to get into training for the Davis Cup tie."

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