Andy Murray has revealed his new son is called Teddy – and his wife Kim chose the name.

But the double Wimbledon champion’s third child will have his middle name Barron from the Scottish side of his family, even though the tennis star is not a fan of it.

Murray, 32, said: “The middle name got in there. I don’t actually love the name. My dad’s middle name was Barron, his dad was Barron, my granddad’s dad, so I kept that. But Teddy, my wife liked that so she chose it.”

Teddy was born in London last month, just days after Murray’s comeback win at the European Open in Antwerp. He joins his sisters Sophia, three, and Edie, one, plus border terriers Rusty and Maggie in the growing family.

Three-time major winner Murray added: “We’ve got three under four now and two dogs, so you’ve got to keep an eye out all the time, but it’s been good, sleeping fine.

“Everyone’s healthy. This time the girls have been really good actually. The first time when we went from one to two the first week or so was a bit, I don’t know, a bit of jealousy. But this time they’ve been brilliant. One more for mixed doubles? I hope not.”

Murray, who plays in the Davis Cup in Madrid next week, was talking at the launch of his Andy Murray Castore clothing line in London.

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