ANDY Murray's family have reacted with outrage after a painting of past Wimbledon champions discounted him.

On Wednesday, the All England Club unveiled the image, which features the likes of Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Serena and Venus Williams and Martina Navratilova all standing on the stairs of the main building at SW19.

But despite the fact Murray won the tournament twice and became the UK's first male singles champion for 77 years in 2013, the Scot has not been included.

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The illustration also misses out multiple champions such as Steffi Graf, Rod Laver, Billie Jean King, Jimmy Connors, and Pete Sampras.

Murray's elder brother Jamie said: "Where’s Andy Murray?”

His uncle Niall Erskine also tweeted: "Appalling at every level, all about the men in the forefront and your own British history-maker nowhere to be seen. You should be ashamed of yourselves.”

LA-based freelance illustrator Grant Gruenhaupt responded to the criticism by saying: “Worry not Jamie, there are more paintings on the way.”

He added: “Back with Wimbledon on another fun series celebrating historic moments and players!

“This one featuring the greatest rivalries of the past and present as they make the historic walk through the clubhouse and onto Centre Court.

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“A lot of nuance in this one. Definitely one of the more challenging scenes I’ve had to tackle.”

The picture also features Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz and Italian Jannik Sinner, who have never made it past the quarter-finals of the Grand Slam. They were included as a representation of the "next generation" of headline acts.