Andy Murray is on top of the tennis world again as champion of Wimbledon.
His stunning victory over Milos Raonic came in three hard-fought sets, and here is a look at the key numbers behind Murray's glorious triumph.
2,000,000 - pounds in his pocket, as men's singles champion.
3 - Murray's victory ended a three-year wait for a British men's singles winner at Wimbledon. It was 77 years last time.
12-0 - unbeatable on grass this summer, Murray won at Queen's Club and Wimbledon with a perfect 12-0 record.
147 - Raonic produced a 147mph serve. but Murray incredibly won the point.
8-7 - Raonic edged the aces battle, but Murray would have signed for that statistic all day long against a player who normally serves 20-plus each match.
39-39 - it was a tie on the winners count.
29-12 - .but Raonic made way more unforced errors than Murray, and that cost him.
6 - Murray has now won his last six matches against Raonic.
12 - Murray becomes the 12th male player to win multiple Wimbledon singles titles in the open era.
172 - Murray's 172nd grand slam singles win moves him to 10th by himself on the all-time list, inching ahead of Ken Rosewall and now just six adrift of ninth-placed Stefan Edberg.
53 - a 53rd Wimbledon match victory puts Murray just one behind Novak Djokovic.
87 - when he landed his first serve in the box, Murray won a stupendous 87 per cent of points, compared to Raonic's record of 67 per cent.