TWO of Andy Murray’s four children will be barred from watching him play at Wimbledon due to age-restriction rules.
Murray’s Nottingham Open victory on Father’s Day was marked by the surprise appearance of his wife Kim and their kids in the stands.
Andy Murray will not be watched by his whole family at Wimbledon
Two of his children are not allowed in due to age restrictions
However, only Sophia, 7, and Edie, 5, will be allowed to sit through his matches at Wimbledon next month.
Teddy, 3, and Lola, 2, must stay backstage as under-fives are not able to access show courts.
A special arrangement could allow all FOUR to watch the walk-ons and aftermath of matches.
This happened when Roger Federer’s youngest twins came into the players’ box after his 2017 final win over Marin Cilic.
Murray, 36, said: “They are not all allowed to watch.
“They have pretty strict rules. One of them who could potentially do it is probably the one least interested in watching!
“They have a nice creche and places for the kids to hang out, which isn’t the case at loads of tournaments.
“But I am sure they would be happier being at home rather than sitting in a creche.”
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Murray plays Alex de Minaur — the boyfriend of British ace Katie Boulter — in the first round of Queen’s today.
Six-time winner Muzza — world No 38 after successive tournament wins — must reach the semi-finals to ensure a Wimbledon seeding.
De Minaur, 24, who is ranked 18th, has won all three previous meetings.
Brit Murray said: “He loves playing on grass.
“It is not going to be easy.”