Andy Murray realising his kids are in the crowd after winning the Nottingham Open is the most wholesome thing ever
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Andy Murray was given the most wholesome surprise of his kids being in the crowd during his Father's Day victory in the Nottingham Open.
Last weekend he won his first trophy in Britain since winning the ATP Tour Finals in 2016, when he won the Surbiton Trophy.
Wife Kim brought their four kids down to see him win a tournament but cruelly arrived as it started raining and had to leave before the final restarted.
The former world number one was back in action in a final on Sunday, taking on Frenchman Arthur Cazaux and winning his second title in just over a week.
When he was interviewed after the match Murray said he was hoping to be home in time to see his kids on Father's' Day, before it was pointed out to him they were in the crowd and it was extremely wholesome, as you can see in the video below.
"Hopefully I'll get home to see my kids on Father's Day," the two time Wimbledon champion said whilst stood on the court conducting his interview.
"So hopefully I'll get in before their bed time, get a rest day tomorrow and then get pumped for Queen's and..."
At that point there must have been a shout from the crowd that his family were in fact stood watching in the stands, causing the Scotsman to look up and spot them.
"Oh my god!", he said with his voice going up in pitch, "I didn't know they were here," he added with the camera panning to Kim holding two of them up.
"I had no idea they were coming," the tennis star continued, "They came last week for the final at Surbiton and turned up when it started raining. Then they had to go home for the kids bedtime so they missed the end of the match.
"So it's great that they managed to come today. I don't know how many of them are here. They're all there. Thanks guys."
After missing the French Open to focus his attentions into going deep at Wimbledon, the two tournament wins should push him into the top 40 in the rankings.
The Cinch Championships at Queen's Club started on Saturday with the qualifying rounds and the tournament proper starts on Monday.
Murray doesn't play until Tuesday when he takes on Australian Alex de Minaur in the first round, and he'll be hoping for another good showing.
Wimbledon will start on July 3rd and the former British number one will be aiming to reach the second week at a minimum.