Andy Murray To Become A Father In February!
by Tom Gainey | August 7th, 2015, 9:30 am

Rumors have been confirmed, Andy Murray will become a father in February. Murray’s agent affirmed the news yesterday.

Murray and wife Kim Sears were married this past April. The couple have been together since they first met at the 2005 US Open. And the news comes just before Murray’s coach, Amelie Mauresmo, has her own baby.

With the revelation, the current Top 4 men are either fathers or expecting fathers (Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Stan Wawrinka).

After his shock loss Wednesday night in Washington, Murray will continue his US Open lead-up in Montreal next week.

Congrats to Andy and Kim!

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12 Comments for Andy Murray To Become A Father In February!

Margot Says:

Big congrats to Andy and Kim indeedy :) :) :) :) :)

chris ford1 Says:

And somewhere, Xisca weeps.

Gypsy Gal Says:

I dont know why people keep on bringing Rafa and Xisca into other players news,both are enjoying their respective careers,shes studying for a University degree,they always said they were in a loving and commited relationship but were saving marriage and babies like the rest of the Nadal men till after his career is over,anyway a child and marriage are certainly no guarantee of a lasting relationship anyway,the whole thing gets rather irritating at times,some relationships are different is all….

chris ford1 Says:

Now, now, Gypsy!
It is natural to ask, what about Rafa?? When his rivals are in the news about marriage, kids arriving, kids on the way. Stan’s breakup and his children…I think 90% of fans that follow the Big 4 think of Rafa and his gal when news of Roger, Muzz, Nole family life comes up…As well as Birdcrap’s remarriage, Stan’s love life.

Spanish outlets describe Rafa and Xisca as “in love and together as a couple” since 2005. A little over 9 years. 27 and 29 years old, Seems they have well passed the traditional wealthy Spanish family standard of a “long courtship”.

I doubt he can do it, but Rafa would play until he was 34-35 if he could if they are “saving it until tennis is all done”. That seems like a long time to put a relationship on hold, to their mid-30s, that started in their teens. Unless the relationship really hasn’t deepened since they were teens.

Anyways, to Kim and Andy, great news!

jane Says:

congrats to them!

Gypsy Gal Says:

Chris Ford 1,it sounds like a dig,poor Xisca isnt married,poor Xisca hasnt had a baby,so the hell what its their buisness?jeez if its not his tennis,it also extends to his personal life and his relationship….

sienna Says:

Nadal fans dont want him to retire. So Nadal has said on many occassions that he will not start a family when he is still active player.
So he is not a person who changes his mind on thosekind of life decisions.

His special ladyfriend is not a keen fan of tennis and life on tour.
Rafael exits atp tour after 2016.

Gypsy Gal Says:

Funny how so many people think they know whats going on in a players mind or in a players relationship,has Xisca actually said she doesnt care for tennis,has Rafa actually said hes retiring in 2016??

Anyway this was a Andy Murray thread,so my apologies for hyjacking the thread,many congrats Andy and Kim….

Jock-KatH Says:

Andy & Kim – I wish them everything they wish for themselves and blessings for their baby. Kim was, is, the best thing that every happened to Andy as Judy often says.

danica Says:

Great news!! Wishing them happiness, good health and all the best in life. Congrats to Andy and Kim!

jalep Says:

Congratulations and best wishes them. They’ll be wonderful parents — lucky baby!

muhammad nizam Says:

big congratsa to andy murray and kim… a father is always a hero

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