Bookies set odds on Andy Murray’s baby name

Andy Murray and Kim Sears welcomed a baby girl Picture: Lisa Ferguson
Andy Murray and Kim Sears welcomed a baby girl Picture: Lisa Ferguson
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FREYA is the early favourite to be the name of choice by Andy Murray and Kim Sears according to Ladbrokes, while some sites are even taking odds on Baby Murray following her Dad into becoming a Grand Slam champion.

With the couple’s baby girl arriving safe and sound, the bookies are looking ahead to potential names, and it’s a host of traditional names at the top of the list.

Freya, a popular name in the Highlands, and which means ‘goddess of love’ according to the Scandinavian mythology, leads the way at 6/1, followed by Alexandra (7/1) and Elizabeth (8/1), or it’s a 10/1 shot the Murrays call her Grace.

At 50/1 it seems unlikely they opt to name their bundle of joy after Andy’s mother, Judy, however it’s odds-on at 5/6 she is honoured with a middle name.

David Macdonald of Ladbrokes said: “We’re thrilled the Murrays have welcomed their baby girl into the world. The early money suggests they’ll opt for a traditional name, with Freya edging favouritism.”

READ MORE: Andy Murray’s wife Kim Sears gives birth to baby girl

Other betting sites, such as Coral, are offering 250-1 odds that Baby Murray becomes a Wimbledon champion within 30 years, and 100-1 that she will win a Grand Slam.

William Hill were offering 500-1 odds for their child to be a Wimbledon winner.

Name of Andy and Kim Murray’s baby

Freya 6/1

Alexandra 7/1

Elizabeth 8/1

Grace 10/1

Victoria 10/1

Rebecca 12/1

Annabel 12/1

Charlotte 12/1

Flora 14/1

Kirsten 14/1

Isla 14/1

Eilidh 16/1

Alyssa 16/1

Maisie 16/1

Kate/Katherine 16/1

Skye 20/1

Jessica 20/1

Kimberley 20/1

Heather 20/1

Elise 20/1

Allison 25/1

Lauren 25/1

Ailsa 25/1

Iona 33/1

Mairi 33/1

Morag 33/1

Shona 40/1

Aggie 40/1

Rhona 40/1

Fiona 40/1

Nicola 40/1

Judy/Judith 50/1

Others on request

Judy/Judith to be a middle name 5/6

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