Andy Murray has won his first ATP Tour title since 2017 with a victory over Stan Wawrinka in the European Open final.

Murray beat the Swiss 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 in the Antwerp final.

It comes after a gruelling week for the Scottish sports hero.

The victory proved all too much for Murray to handle and he, understandably, broke down in tears at the end.

It marks his first title since retirement fears over a hip injury.

Speaking in an on-court interview broadcast by Amazon Prime, Murray said: "Obviously it means a lot, the last few years have been extremely difficult, both me and Stan have had a lot of injury problems the last couple of years.

“It’s amazing to be back playing him in a final. I think it was a great match, Stan was playing unbelievable, hitting winners from all over the court.

“I just managed to hang in a bit at the end of the second set and the third set was extremely close again. I didn’t expect to be in this position so I’m very happy.

“This is one of the biggest wins that I’ve had after everything so I’m very proud.”

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