A team from Reed's School got the nod from Andy Murray after winning the World Schools Tennis Championships in Qatar.

The team of five boys from the Cobham school, aged 15 to 16 years, beat the Chinese Taipei team by taking 14 points in a row.

Andy Murray, who partnered one of the five, Jack Molloy, in an exhibition match in December, retweeted the news to his 2.9m followers.

Tim Henman, a former pupil, sent his congratulations and said: "I am delighted to learn of yet another success for Reed's School Tennis team in the world arena.

"Having just opened the new state-of-the-art indoor tennis centre at Reed's it shows that hard work and dedication from the boys and the coaches, along with excellent support from the LTA, pays off."

The boys came out trumps during the tournament in Doha from March 8 to 15.