Judy Murray hits back at public scrutiny after being branded 'a nightmare pushy parent'

Judy Murray speaks out on public criticism

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1/11/2022 7:44:00 AM

Judy Murray speaks out on public criticism

JUDY MURRAY opened up about being branded a 'pushy parent', until she was 'forgiven' when her son Andy Murray won Wimbledon in 2013.

The mum-of-two explained that the reaction might have been different if she was a dad(Image: GETTY)James Jordan branded a 'scumbag' by Strictly co-star Danny John-Jules"I put up with it for years until I was forgiven when Andy won Wimbledon."

She added:"I dealt with it by understanding that the people who know me are the ones who matter, but it still hurts you."These are the sort of untold lows that have helped define her career as a tennis coach, and she now wants to help others learn to how to cope when they come up against these sorts of issues.

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(Image: GETTY) The mum-of-two explained that the reaction might have been different if she was a dad (Image: GETTY) James Jordan branded a 'scumbag' by Strictly co-star Danny John-Jules "I put up with it for years until I was forgiven when Andy won Wimbledon." She added:"I dealt with it by understanding that the people who know me are the ones who matter, but it still hurts you." These are the sort of untold lows that have helped define her career as a tennis coach, and she now wants to help others learn to how to cope when they come up against these sorts of issues. "We need to keep having voices heard, faces seen and ensuring that those who are good enough are given the chance," she told