Lleyton Hewitt dresses comfortably as he walks his dogs in Sydney

Lleyton Hewitt dresses snugly in a t-shirt and shorts as he walks his dogs in Sydney – after moving interstate with his wife Bec and their children

Lleyton Hewitt soaked up the sun on a brief walk in Sydney on Thursday.

The tennis champion, 41, dressed for comfort as he walked the family’s two dogs in Rose Bay.

He wore gray shorts, a gray t-shirt, a black cap and comfy black sneakers as he walked his pooches.

Outside: Tennis ace Lleyton Hewitt, 41, (pictured) dressed in a t-shirt and shorts for comfort as he walked his dogs in Sydney on Thursday

Lleyton kept his dogs on a leash as he walked around the neighborhood.

During her outing, the tennis star was seen visiting a local bakery and buying some food.

It comes after Lleyton, his wife Bec and their three children recently moved from Melbourne to the Gold Coast.

Lleyton kept his two dogs on leashes

Sunbathing: Comfort: He wore gray shorts, a gray t-shirt, a black cap and comfortable black sneakers as he walked his pooches

Relaxed: Lleyton cut a relaxed figure as he enjoyed his solo outing

Relaxed: Lleyton cut a relaxed figure as he enjoyed his solo outing

Shopping: While out, the tennis star was seen visiting a local bakery and buying some food

Shopping: While out, the tennis star was seen visiting a local bakery and buying some food

In October, movers were spotted outside the family’s $12.7 million Toorak mansion as they prepared for their interstate move.

Lleyton and Bec have been married since 2005.

After their nuptials, they then moved with their children to the island of Nassau in the Bahamas after buying a $3.8 million villa on the Old Fort Bay estate.

New home: It comes after Lleyton, his wife Bec and their three children recently moved from Melbourne to the Gold Coast

New home: It comes after Lleyton, his wife Bec and their three children recently moved from Melbourne to the Gold Coast

Make a move: In October, movers were spotted outside the family's $12.7million Toorak mansion as they prepared for their interstate move

Make a move: In October, movers were spotted outside the family’s $12.7million Toorak mansion as they prepared for their interstate move

In 2016, the Hewitts left the Bahamas for good and moved back to Melbourne, and a year later bought their Toorak home in April 2017.

They then temporarily moved to Sydney last year for Bec’s appearance on Dancing With The Stars and to escape Melbourne’s COVID-19 lockdown.

While the couple were rumored to be the buyers of a $4.305 million home in Burleigh Heads in reports in October, they are actually thought to have moved into another Gold Coast mansion instead.

Lleyton and Bec have been married since 2005

After their nuptials, they then moved with their children to the island of Nassau in the Bahamas after buying a $3.8 million villa on the Old Fort Bay estate.

Story: Lleyton and Bec have been married since 2005. After getting married, they then moved with their children to Nassau Island in the Bahamas after buying a $3.8 million villa in the Old Fort Bay estate.

Travel: In 2016, the Hewitts left the Bahamas for good and moved back to Melbourne, and a year later bought their Toorak home in April 2017.

Travel: In 2016, the Hewitts left the Bahamas for good and moved back to Melbourne, and a year later bought their Toorak home in April 2017.

Rumors: While the couple were rumored to be the buyers of a $4.305 million home in Burleigh Heads in reports in October, they are actually believed to have moved into another Gold Coast mansion instead

Rumors: While the couple were rumored to be the buyers of a $4.305 million home in Burleigh Heads in reports in October, they are actually believed to have moved into another Gold Coast mansion instead

Next steps: They then temporarily moved to Sydney last year for Bec's appearance on Dancing With The Stars and to escape Melbourne's COVID-19 lockdown

Next steps: They then temporarily moved to Sydney last year for Bec’s appearance on Dancing With The Stars and to escape Melbourne’s COVID-19 lockdown

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