Ladbrokes Offering 500/1 For Andy Murray’s New Daughter to Win Wimbledon

Ladbrokes Offering 500/1 For Andy Murray’s New Daughter to Win Wimbledon

Andy Murray’s wife Kim gave birth to a baby girl this week – and Ladbrokes have immediately given odds on her going on to win Wimbledon one day.

The first addition to the new Murray family is believed to have came on Sunday night, but there has so far been no name given.

But that hasn’t stopped the bookmakers tipping her for success in the future – and punters will definitely fancy odds of 500/1 on her going on to become Wimbledon ladies champion.

Andy is of course a Wimbledon winner, having tasted success at the tournament in 2013, and comes from a family of tennis players, including his brother Jamie and mum Judy.

The baby arrives just weeks after Murray lost out to Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open final.

Ladbrokes are also offering odds on a huge number of names for Murray’s new daughter, with Freya as favourite at 6/1, followed by Alexandra (7/1) and Elizabeth (8/1).

Would you back her to go on and win Wimbledon one day?

Let us know in the comments below..

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