Kim Sears may be just days away from her nuptials to long-term partner Andy Murray, but the bride-to-be still found time to cheer on her fiance as he scored the 500th win of his career.
Murray's fiance Kim Sears watches his match yesterday and Andy Murray poses with a cake for his 500th ATP Tour victory against Kevin Anderson of South Africa in Key Biscayne, Florida yesterday. Pics/AFP
The 27-year-old is often by his side during his travels across the globe, and yesterday was no exception. She didn't seem to be fretting about her impending marriage ceremony and instead cheered as her man became the ninth active player and 46th man in the Open era to record 500 wins after beating South African Kevin Anderson 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 in just over two hours in the fourth round match at the Miami Open.
Sussex-born Sears was seen wearing a wide-brimmed hat to shield her face from the sun and also had sunscreen on while enjoying the match in sunny Key Biscayne, Florida.
The artist, who wore a chic off-the-shoulder black dress, was all smiles as Murray was presented with a cake to commemorate his 500th win.
While the duo would be hoping that Murray returns home to Scotland with the trophy, the World No 4's next target would be his wedding with Kim at Dunblane Cathedral, where many of his fans will be able to celebrate his D-Day with him.
Popular day for Andy
'I'm sure it will be a popular decision, as he's had so much support from the people of Dunblane in the past. Andy is looking forward to bringing all his family and friends to Dunblane.
I'm sure lots of people will come down to see the cars as they go past and it will be a very popular day," Murray's uncle Niall erskine was quoted as saying by The Daily Mail.
The couple announced their engagement in November after nine years of being together. It is believed that while Murray will have three best men, Sears will have four bridesmaids.