Children at Dunblane Primary have recorded a video message congratulating the school's most famous former pupil on his Grand Slam victory.
Andy Murray attended the school in the 1990s. In the video the children invite him back to the town to celebrate his success.
The youngsters also tell of how proud they feel after Murray's famous victory at the US Open.
Murray finally clinched his first Grand Slam title after a thrilling, five-hour victory against Serbia's Novak Djokovic
The historic win was Britain's first men's Grand Slam victory since Fred Perry in 1936.
Murray was born in Glasgow, but lived in Dunblane for most of his early life.
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