Clean-shaven and hugging the once elusive trophy, the Scot fulfilled a number of media commitments having attended last night's winners' ball.
Murray, 26, aired his doubts about whether his feat warranted a knighthood, something which prime minister David Cameron has endorsed.
"It's a nice thing to have or be offered.," Murray admitted. "I think just because everyone's waited for such a long time for this, that's probably why it will be suggested but I don't know if it merits that."
Murray was made an OBE after winning Olympic gold and the US Open last summer.
His historic victory was watched by a peak of 17.3 million viewers, the BBC said, 300,000 more than his final loss to Roger Federer last year.