Sir Andy Murray was given a surprise birthday cake when he arrived at a tournament venue in Italy on Monday.
The Scots world number one celebrated his 30th birthday at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia, in Rome.
The blushing star was greeted with a rendition of Happy Birthday To You as he arrived in a lobby at the Foro Italico venue where he is reigning champion.
His mum Judy later retweeted a video posted by the tournament, with the message: “It’s a great day to turn 30! Happy birthday to Andy #Murray, the world no. 1 #ATP in men’s Singles! #ibi17 is full of surprises, right?”
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In the 55 second clip, Murray is clearly taken by surprise before putting down his bags and thanking those in the room.
He then pinches pieces of topping from the brightly coloured cake.
Judy retweeted the post to her 202,000 followers, and asked: “Cake is for sharing, right?”
Among those tweeting happy birthday messages to Murray were Tennis Scotland and Team GB, who posted to “world number one and double Olympic champ” along with a clip of the tennis ace showing off an Olympic gold medal in 2016.
But Murray, from Dunblane, Perthshire, insisted birthdays don’t mean much to him.
During his pre-tournament press conference in Rome, he said: “I was talking to my team about that a bit yesterday, and everyone sort of says, ‘Oh, when you’re 30 or 40, they are huge birthdays.’ I have never found that with any birthday.”
Murray said the last time he remembers being near his loved ones for a birthday was when he was 14.
He added: “I have always been traveling and never been around family or friends on birthdays. They don’t mean that much to me.”
Murray, who will play Italian favourite Fabio Fognini in the Round of 32 on Tuesday has enjoyed a happy birthday previously at the season’s fifth ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament.
Last year, on his 29th birthday, Murray beat four-time champion Novak Djokovic to win his first Rome title.