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Andy Murray expected to team up with brother Jamie at Wimbledon

Andy Murray expected to team up with brother Jamie at Wimbledon

Published by , Monday 06/10/24 17:11

Andy Murray is expected to team up with brother Jamie to play doubles at Wimbledon in what is likely to be former world number one's final appearance at the British Grand Slam.

Three-time major winner Murray, 37, revealed in February that he intended to retire later this year.

Doubles specialist Jamie Murray expressed his desire to play with Andy at Wimbledon during an interview last week and the pair are likely to enter the doubles event at the All England Club, according to reports.

Andy Murray, a two-time singles winner at Wimbledon, has shifted his focus to playing more doubles matches in recent months after he indicated it was an ambition to compete at another Olympics.

The Paris Games start in late July, less than two weeks after Wimbledon finishes.

Andy Murray, who only returned from an ankle injury in May, played doubles with fellow Briton Dan Evans at the French Open but they exited in the first round.

A decision now appears to have been made for the Murray brothers to team up at Wimbledon and reprise their 2015 Davis Cup-winning doubles partnership.

Andy Murray, now ranked 97th in the world, will begin his grass-court season on Tuesday when he faces US player Marcos Giron in the first round of the ATP tournament in Stuttgart.

Source: AFP

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The guy is 27 and this is his first tournament back in 1.5 years. Too soon to say that his best is behind him imo
HenryRugg HenryRugg il y a 2 heures
He actually plays well for someone with a fake hip. But yes, it's probably time to move to coaching.
SH321 SH321 il y a 2 heures
This year probably is then the actual true changing of the guard. A 20 year near lockout at the top of an individual althetic sport. Quite unprecedented. il y a 11 heures
About time too 🤬
Pieface Pieface il y a 13 heures
Would love to see these two play together, but I question this move if the Olympics doesn't allow for substitutions of one player if one is injured or can't play for some other reason beyond their control. Nadal could easily go out injured. Then what?
SH321 SH321 il y a 15 heures
Murray is embarrassing himself at this point. Call it a career man, it’s been an amazing one
TroickiWithCancer TroickiWithCancer il y a 22 heures
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His game needs ro retire
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About time too 🤬
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