Isn't that a fair point though?
If Salmond gets what he's after, then the fact Murray won at Wimbledon has absolutely NO significance at all over him winning ANY other championship around the world. The significance of the event IS that Murray is the first Brit to win the men's title in over seventy years. Yes, he's Scottish, and good on hin (Murray) for being proud of that.
I just find Salmond's presence there a bit sinister, given what his agenda is. OK, you could say the same about Cameron, but he IS the prime minister of the whole she-bang, as it is at the moment.
Andy Murray is from the UK. David Cameron is Prime Minister of the UK.
Andy Murray is from Scotland. Alex Salmond is First Minister of Scotland.
If a Dunblane local councillor had rocked up with some sort of Dunblane flag, it would have been perfectly reasonable.
And also, if Salmond had flown out to New York for the US Open that Murray won a few months ago and had whipped out his flag, I think that would have been perfectly fine as well.