As both mum and early tennis coach to Andy and Jamie Murray, there is no doubting the crucial role she played in helping both her sons reach the top of the sport.
But now Judy Murray has revealed her son’s tennis careers could have been very different after she was targeted by sexist bullies as she worked to become one of the country’s leading coaches.
Judy, 61, has opened her heart about the prejudice she faced w hi le becoming the f irst woman to pass the Lawn Tennis Association’s Performance Coach Award in the 90s.
She was picked on for being both a woman and a mother.
Rather than allowing the discrimination to stall her career as a coach, she used her anger to propel herself to success.
And she is deeply proud of the way both Andy and Jamie stand up for sexual equality.
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October 21, 2020