Andy Murray has always seemingly done a good job of keeping his personal and professional life separate – apart from his fiancee Kim Sears being present at most of his matches on tour no matter where he is around the globe – and it appears that that will continue at his wedding on Saturday.
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According to the Daily Telegraph, the British number one has not invited any of his three main rivals: Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, and Novak Djokovic to the ceremony, that is due to be held at the cathedral in his hometown, Dunblane this weekend.
The most high-profile name present at the event is likely to be Tim Henman, who got to know the Scottish star whilst they played on the Davis Cup team together in 2007.
The 27-year-old explained that it was not his intention to leave most of his celebrity acquaintances off the list.
“Everyone who we’re close to, people we’ve spent a lot of time with in the past but also people we see ourselves spending time with in the future. That’s how we came up with the names,” he explained.
The Daily Telegraph also revealed that unlike some other famous names have done in the past, you won’t find any wedding photos sold to a glossy magazine, after the two-time Grand Slam winner rejected the notion.