Roars and bright sunshine greeted Andy Murray as he walked on to centre court to start his bid for double Olympic gold.
Murray, 25, is facing Roger Federer in the men's singles final, just a month after his heartbreaking loss to the Swiss player at Wimbledon.
Murray is trying to earn two gold medals for Team GB, playing in the singles final and then teaming up with Laura Robson in the mixed doubles final at the All England Tennis Club.
Rain hit SW19 this morning, and the now well-used centre court roof was on as Serena and Venus Williams took gold in the women's doubles, defeating Czech pair Lucie Hradecka and Andrea Hlavackova.
It was removed just before Murray's match, revealing blue skies and bright sunshine and prompting cheers from the crowd.
As the Scot walked on to centre court, he was greeted by roars and thunderous applause.
If Murray wins, he will be the first Briton to take men's singles gold since 1908 in London.