Interesting question my friend.
Keep in mind the New testament was written in Greek, Yet Jesus spoken tongue was Aramaic or Hebrew. so the words he spoke were translated.
If you look at Greek translation of the Hebrew Tetragrammaton יהוה or YHWH, you will find that it is replaced in the Greek Septaguint with "Kyrios" which means "lord" or "master". Jesus would have known well the name of his father, and would not have neglected it,
Jesus came in his fathers name (John 5:43)
He wanted his fathers name to be glorified (John 12:28)
He commanded his followers to be baptised in the name of his father (Matthew 28:19)
His name "Yeshua" means "Yahweh is salvation"
My question to you is, do you recognise a personal name for Jesus Father and elect not to use it, or do you not recognise a personal name for Jesus father?