Andy Murray got a Father’s Day surprise on Sunday, with his wife and kids surprising him from their seats in the stands as he won a second grass Challenger title in as many weeks.

The former No. 1 will move up to 38th in the rankings – just six away from a treasured Wimbledon seeding as a result of a 6-4, 6-4 defeat of France’s Arthur Cazaux 6-4, 6-4 at Nottingham.

That win followed up his trophy success a week ao in Surbiton.

The 37-year-old, a two-time Wimbledon champion, apparently had no idea that wife Kim and the couple’s four kids Sophia, Edie, Teddie and Lola got to watch dad’s victory.

Before the giveaway, Murray said at the trophy ceremony: “I’m obviously pumped. Looking forward to a rest tomorrow. 

“I’ll get back home tonight, see my kids for Father’s Day. Hopefully I’ll get in before their bedtime and get a rest day tomorrow and get pumped for Queen’s and…”

That speech was interrupted from the stands by shouts from the family.

“Oh my God! I didn’t know they were here,” he said. “I had no idea they were coming.”

The Scot credited his family for unwavering support during half a decade of hip and other injury recovery.

“I really appreciate my family and all of my team for moments like this.”

Murray will polish his Wimbledon training with a spot in the ATP 500 event at Queen’s club which begins on Monday.

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