Andy Murray may have won Wimbledon but as an English person it doesn't mean much to me. He's Scottish. Fred Perry was English. We're still waiting for an English winner. Yes, whether English or Scottish you are British as well but there really should be a separate English, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish distinction in all sports, as it is in football, golf, cricket, rugby union, the Commonwealth Games etc. The sight of so many people at Wimbledon waving their Scottish flags is all the evidence you need. English and Scottish nationalities really are as distinct from eachother, if not more so, than American and Canadian for instance, or Australian and New Zealander. It's rubbish being "British" when it comes to sport, no one knows where they stand. Tim Henman was very rarely, if ever, referred to as English but only ever as British. But every piece you ever see about Murray will mention he's Scottish. If it just said "SCO" after Murray's name that would be great, everyone would know where they stand then.