Andy Murray was given a bloody nose ahead of his tennis match against Fernando Verdasco thanks to his 10-month-old daughter.
The star won his first match of the US Open against James Duckworth on Monday and plays his second match against Verdasco on Wednesday.
Between matches, Andy enjoyed some time with his family but manged to land himself a bloody nose when playing with daughter Edie.
He posted a photo to his Instagram Stories on Tuesday showing himself holding a tissue as blood dripped from his nose.
Andy, 31, captioned the pic: "When playing with your 10 month old daughter gets a bit too physical!"
Andy has Edie with his wife Kim Sears. The couple also have a two-year-old daughter called Sophia.
They welcomed Edie late last year after announcing just before Wimbledon that a second child was on the way.
When playing with your 10 month old daughter gets a bit too physical!
Andy said at the time: "We're both obviously very happy and looking forward to it.”
They've chosen to keep Sophia, who was born in February 2016, and Edie away from the spotlight.
Andy previously opened up about fatherhood, saying it takes a priority over tennis.
He told Loose Women last year: "Having children changes your perspective on life, changes your perspective on things, so I feel like I'm appreciating things a bit more now.
"Tennis isn't the be all and end all, which is a good thing.
"Before, tennis was all I was bothered about, whereas now, the first thing I think about when I get up in the morning isn’t tennis anymore and that’s a good thing.”
Andy and Kim married in Dunblane, Scotland in April 2015 after a nine-year romance.
They first met as teenagers on the tennis circuit; Kim's dad, Nigel, is a tennis coach and she'd been travelling with him when she first laid eyes on Andy.
Meanwhile, two-time Wimbledon champion Andy is preparing to play Verdasco on Wednesday evening.
On Monday, the star beat Australian player Duckworth at Flushing Meadows.
Speaking after this win, Andy said: "I’ve lost a lot of matches out here over the years. I’ve struggled on this court, but it’s like a new beginning.
"It was beautiful and a great atmosphere for the first day of the tournament. I’m very happy to be back.”
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