tennis world and Andy Murray got to bask in that on British soil on Thursday night.
Murray is in London ahead of the ATP World Tour Finals which begins on Sunday.
The season finale features the best eight male players on the planet ‒ with the 29-year-old heading the list with the world No 1 ranking.current status, the Dunblane star was presented with an award at Cutty Sark in recognition of his feat.
Murray was all smiles as he held aloft the World No 1 trophy on stage on board the British clipper ship.
Murray was joined at Thursday’s events by his upcoming competitors Marin Cilic, Stan Wawrinka, Milos Raonic, Kei Nishikori, Gael Monfils, Dominic Thiem and Novak Djokovic.
The latter could overtake Murray as the world No 1 depending on their form at the O2 Arena but Wawrinka believes Murray is fully deserving of his current ranking.never lies,’ he told Sky Sports News HQ. ‘He’s been winning a lot this year, more than any other player, so he deserves to be No 1.
‘He did really well with the pressure, he won Wimbledon this year and he won the Olympics in London, so he knows how to deal with it,’ said Wawrinka. 
‘I’m sure he would love to win the world ATP title here in London.
‘I think every player tires at the end of the year but if you look at the last few tournaments – winning Paris, winning Vienna, Shanghai, Beijing – he’s ready, he’s in top form, a lot of confidence to take to this tournament here so he will be tough to beat.’

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