Andy Murray has been rewarded for a spectacular year with a knighthood in the New Year Honours.
The Wimbledon and Olympic champion finished 2016 ranked world No.1 after beating Novak Djokovic in the final of the ATP World Tour Finals in London.
Here Press Association Sport looks at key statistics from the Scot’s season:
1 – Murray became the first British player to be ranked number one in singles on November 7. He has so far held the spot for eight weeks.
9 – Number of titles won, the most in a year of his career.
3 – Murray won his third grand slam title at Wimbledon.
2 – Success in Rio brought him a second Olympic gold medal.
24 – Murray finished the season on a career-best winning streak, earning him five successive titles. He posted 22 wins in a row over the summer.
79 – Matches won in 2016.
9 – Matches lost.
13 – Finals, including at three of the four grand slams.
105 – Days since Murray last lost an official match, to Juan Martin del Potro in Davis Cup on September 16.
16,327,822 – Prize money in US dollars.
12,410 – His tally of ranking points, 630 ahead of world No.2 Novak Djokovic.
3 – Earlier this month, Murray became the first person to be named BBC Sports Personality of the Year for a third time.
551 – Aces.