WATCH: Andy Murray gets in cheeky dig at David Cameron after Wimbledon win
What do you get when you mix a triumphant Andy Murray, a wind-swept Prime Minister and a recent Brexit at SW19? Top quality comedy is what.
Andy Murray is the Wimbledon champ after he swept Canada's Milos Raonic in the Men's Singles final, on Centre Court.
The Scot was dominant from the get-go but needed a couple of tie breaks to get the job done and secure his second Wimbledon title.
Interviewed by the BBC's Sue Barker at the end, Murray spotted British Prime Minister David Cameron up in the Royal Box and couldn't help but comment.
Surely the tennis star was getting in a little ribbing about Britain's decision to leave the European Union in the 'Brexit' referendum. Of course, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wants the country to strike out as an independent nation and rejoin the EU. Murray remarked:
"The Prime Minister of the country is here too [Mix of cheers and boos from the crowd]... I think playing a Wimbledon final is tough but I certainly wouldn't like to be Prime Minister. It's an impossible job."
Andy Murray, does jokes too pic.twitter.com/fiR8S1dHqt
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