Tennis: Mother of British no.1 Tennis player Andy Murray, who become first British player to win Wimbledon Tennis Championship in 77 years, Judy Murray went to St Andrews Aquarium to see the pengiun which is named after her.
There are four penguins which are named after Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, his mother Judy Murray, his girlfriend Kim Sears and his grand mother Shirley.
Judy was in the Fife town for the Women’s British Open and tweeted about her visit.
She said: "Coming to visit my doppelganger on Thursday morning…. Hoping to p.p.p.pick one up!"
Manager John Mace said: "We are thrilled that Judy came along to the Aquarium today to visit our penguins and to meet the feathery Judy face to, er, beak.
"We loved that we were able to celebrate Andy Murray’s Wimbledon win with Elspeth’s suggestion of naming them Andy, Kim, Judy and Shirley – everyone thinks it really suits them."
How to play from the baseline
The expression “to endure the rally” is about those indeterminate moments of a rally where none of the players is leading.
The ability to endure the rally is fundamental when you play a “long rally”, because it offers you the chance to measure your opponent’s strong points and vulnerabilities, besides letting you position as best as possible for your next offensive shot.