"I saw Jamie this morning, the little bugger never told me a thing!" ????— BT Sport (@btsport) December 4, 2017
"I've worked really hard to encourage as many women as possible to come into our sport."@JudyMurray as classy as ever in her acceptance speech. #ActionWoman ???? pic.twitter.com/7ghFSYACNA
"I know I'm quite old, but I don't feel over the hill," said the always witty Judy Murray after winning the Lifetime Achievement award at the BT Action Woman gala.
The mother of two recent world No. 1's (Andy and Jamie) has done her part to promote the sport, particularly using her voice to engage with young girls and encourage them to be active.
"I do what I love and I love what I do," she said. "I will continue to work hard to try to grow my sport."