This cartoon by Mac from The Daily Mail relates to the tearful reaction to Andy Murray's defeat by Roger Federer in the Wimbledon Men's Final on Sunday. Murray himself was in tears, but so were many of the spectators including Kate Middleton and Murray's girlfriend Kim Sears (see photos).
In the cartoon, a woman is sitting in front of the TV crying her eyes out. She's surrounded by boxes of tissues. We can assume she has just been watching Murray lose the final. Her husband tells a neighbour, "She's done Andy Murray. Now she's in serious training for the Olympics".
The cartoonist is suggesting that Britons need to prepare for the inevitable disappointments during the Olympics when British competitors lose.
1. When you cry, tears come from your eyes because you are unhappy or hurt. Note that in this case, 'tear' rhymes with 'here'—not to be confused with its heteronym 'tear' rhyming with 'hair', which is a hole made in paper, cloth, etc.
2. If you cry like a baby or cry your eyes (or heart) out, you cry very hard.
3. If someone is tearful, they look as if they have been crying or are about to cry.
4. If something ends in tears, it ends badly.
• Tearful Kate, Kim and 15million Britons see Andy Murray's heroic Wimbledon final defeat to Federer (Mail Online)
• Murray's Tears In Defeat Are Worth Millions (Sky News)
• Andy Murray’s Wimbledon dream ends in tears (The Scotsman)