Judy Murray was the first to congratulate Andy Murray [Getty]
Son Andy Murray was named the number one tennis player in the world today, after reaching the final of the Paris Masters.
And his mum was the first to congratulate the 29 year old on his incredible achievement.
Taking to Twitter, she shared an adorable throwback snap of the pair with her 183k followers, showing the athlete when he was much younger.
Alongside the sweet photo, she wrote: “You’ve come a long way baby,” complete with a “1” emoji and a heart.
Judy Murray congratulated Andy Murray in the CUTEST way [Judy Murray/Twitter]
The post has since been retweeted more than 6k times.
And she was inundated with messages of congratulations and well-wishes.
Radio 1’s Greg James replied: “What an achievement, @andy_murray. Brilliant.”
Another fan said: “You must be so proud! He’s incredible. I adore watching him play!”
Andy Murray and Judy Murray have always had a close relationship [Wenn]
“World number one but still her son first and foremost. Must be an incredible feeling for them both. Dead proud,” a Twitter user wrote.
While a fourth added: “So proud of both your boys what an absolute joy they’ve both brought to the WORLD.”
Andy is the first British singles tennis player to be named world number one in history, topping off an incredible year.
Earlier this summer, the Scot won Wimbledon, received an Olympic gold medal, and reached 11 finals.
Andy Murray won Wimbledon and Olympic Gold [Wenn]
And, if that’s not enough to celebrate, he became a father for the first time, after wife Kim Sears gave birth to their daughter in February,
Following her arrival, he admitted his family life had completely changed.
Speaking to the Guardian, he said: “The thing that has surprised me most is how quickly everything changes – from the first day she was born.
“You don’t notice it when you’re there every day but you look back at a photo on the day she was born to one taken 5 days later to now, a few weeks on, and you see how much things change on a daily basis.
Andy Murray and Kim Murray [Andy Murray/Instagram]
“I really don’t want to miss seeing those changes. Even when I’m away for a day I feel bad.
“I feel I should be there and I want to be there as much as I can.
“So when I’m leaving the house at 8 in the morning and getting back at 8 at night, I feel bad.”
Andy also spoke of the emotional moment he held his baby daughter for the first time.
He added: “I was OK holding her.
“The only thing I found difficult was changing her because you see a small person and you think they’re so fragile – or that their hands are so small that when you’re putting their fingers through their top that they could maybe break.
Andy Murray and Kim Sears prove they scrub up well at the Wimbledon Champions Dinner [Wenn]
“But when you see all the midwives – and Kim has a good friend who is a midwife – they’re a lot rougher and they do things much more quickly.
“Lots of people have told me babies are a lot more resilient than you think. They’re not going to break.”