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Jamie, Judy and Andy Murray Air Out Family Problems On Twitter Over Jose Mourinho Picture

Jamie, Judy and Andy Murray Air Out Family Problems On Twitter Over Jose Mourinho Picture

Spare a thought for Jamie Murray!

Most of the UK know him as the less successful brother of tennis star Andy and the son of trainer/famous mum/celebrity Judy.

But it appears he also plays second fiddle to his younger brother with the family too.

Andy caught up with Jose Mourinho this week as the Chelsea manager took in the action at Queen’s Club.

And proud mum Judy posted a photo of the pair together on Twitter on Friday:

Cue a disappointed Jamie who responded to his mum with a funny tweet:

Andy couldn’t resist getting involved in the exchange, commenting on how Jamie is the real number one son to Judy.

But not that he’s buying it:

Worry not though – this public family squabble was quickly ended when Judy reassured Jamie that while Jose and Andy may be special, he’s extra special to her:

Murray is gearing up for the semi-finals at Queen’s today as he takes on Viktor Troicki of Serbia.

The Scot ensured his preparation for Wimbledon continues to run smoothly with a last eight win over Gilles Muller 3-6 7-6 6-4.

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