Tennis star Andy Murray gave David Beckham’s son some hands on training in the lead up to the Aegon Championships.
The Scot took time out of his training at the Queen’s Club to have a rally with Romeo Beckham while his proud dad looked on.
Training the next generation. Andy Murray hitting with Romeo Beckham at Queen's. Watched by a proud Dad. pic.twitter.com/N8NHd5Ch5Z
— Eleanor Oldroyd (@EllyOldroyd) June 12, 2016
Beckham revealed recently that his son has stopped playing football and has instead taken a keen interest in tennis, playing five times a week.
As it turns out, the former Manchester United star is a quite the fan of Murray
“When you look at role models, you want them to be passionate about the sport, passionate about, you know, what they do…play hard all the time,” said the 41-year-old.
“And Andy’s one of those players, and he’s great for any kid to have. There are great role models in sport, and Andy’s definitely one of those for many kids around the world.”