Strictly Come Dancing 2014: Judy Murray's chances 'ruined' by son Andy

Judy Murray

Judy Murray's Strictly Come Dancing 2014 chances are said to be in tatters after son Andy's support for Scottish independence.

Bookies have cut the odds on the tennis ace being the first celebrity kicked off of the series this year after Andy's tweet about the referendum, which resulted in a No vote against independence on Friday.

Andy tweeted: "Huge day for Scotland! No campaign negativity last few days totally swayed my view. Let’s do this!"

The Olympic gold medalist was met with online abuse, with some messages even being passed onto the Police for investigation.

And it seems that Andy's tweet has also damaged his mum's chances on Strictly.

A spokesman for bookies William Hill said: “Andy backing the Yes vote could well effect Judy’s chances and she might even be the first contestant voted off.”

However Judy, who is partnered with partner Anton Du Beke, is still currently behind Bargain Hunt presenter Tim Wonnacott and Master Chef judge Gregg Wallace to go, who are at 9/4 and 3/1 to leave first respectively.

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