Helensburgh’s Gordon Reid, Andy Murray and Jamie Murray all won the International Player of the Year award at the Tennis Scotland award ceremony on Saturday.

All three Scots achieving world number one status in 2016.

Reid also had his most successful year to date. It began when he took the men’s singles wheelchair tennis title at the Australian Open.

He then reached the finals of both the singles and the doubles at the French Open, in which he won the doubles.

He managed to take home the double though at Wimbledon by becoming the first ever men’s wheelchair singles champion at the All England Club as well as lifting the doubles title with playing partner Alfie Hewett.

At Rio 2016 he took home a gold and a silver medal for team GB.

On September 9 he became the world number one in singles and also reclaimed the title to finish the year in pole spot.

Gordon said: “It’s a great honour to be sharing the award this year with the Murray brothers and I’m extremely pleased to be picking up this award for the third year running.

“I really noticed an increase in the profile of wheelchair tennis in 2016 and it is fantastic to see more people taking up the sport and more facilities where they are able to participate.”