HE MAY be associated with everywhere from Dunblane to Wimbledon but Andy Murray was born in Glasgow.

As our search for the Greatest Glaswegian continues, the world-famous tennis superstar makes it on to our list of hopefuls.

As his mum, Judy, confirms, Andy made his entrance into the world at the Queen Mum’s and is therefore, as she says: “Weegie by birth!”

Sir Andy Murray is the 2012 US Open Champion, 2012 and 2016 Olympic Singles Champion, the 2013 and 2016 Wimbledon Champion and a member of the victorious Great Britain Davis Cup squad in 2015.

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He won his first tournament as an under-10 junior at the Dunblane Sports Club and has achieved great success ever since.

When he won Wimbledon in 2013, he was the first British man in 77 years to take the prestigious title. He is Great Britain’s most successful tennis player of the Open era, the first Briton to reach 500 ATP match wins and his maiden grand slam title ended Great Britain’s 76-year wait for a male grand slam champion. Andy is also the first ever British world number one in the open era.

Could Andy be crowned Greatest Glaswegian ever?

Over the summer we are revealing the names of 100 men and women who have put the city on the map through sport, science, politics, the arts and more.

Most were born here, some moved here to work or study and have since made the city their own, opening the eyes of others around the world to its strengths and successes; and others have made such an impact on Glasgow that, despite having been born elsewhere, they are inextricably linked with the city, its people, culture and ideals.

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Once all 100 have been announced, we will be opening our list up to a public vote, giving our readers the chance to determine who should be crowned Greatest Glaswegian.

Dr Mary Hepburn is a consultant obstetrician, whose work at Glasgow’s Princess Royal Maternity Hospital has changed the lives of many disadvantaged mothers from the city and beyond.

Though raised in Shetland, Dr Hepburn has worked tirelessly for Glasgow for more than a generation and she is known around the world for her ground-breaking work to help deprived and socially excluded women,

Dr Hepburn set up the Glasgow Women’s Reproductive Health Service in 1990 and the unit continues to have a huge impact here in the city.

She has also worked with the United Nations Children’s Fund, the World Health Organisation and Amnesty International, putting in place similar services and support for women around the world.

Find out who else is in the running for the title of Greatest Glaswegian at eveningtimes.co.uk Two more contenders will be revealed tomorrow.