28 June, 2017
Jamie Murray has told younger brother Andy he will have to wait his turn if wants to team up at Wimbledon after Jamie won the Aegon Championships doubles title with Bruno Soares.
Murray reached the semi-finals of the French Open before starting his grass-court campaign with a shock loss at Queen's Club.
Murray becomes the first British doubles victor at Queen's since Jeremy Bates in 1990. 1 in the singles rankings always thought that playing doubles in Majors would require extra energy and effort, but never denied the opportunity to try to do it one day in Wimbledon. "Of course it helps that we have a good relationship as we spend all our days together".
"It would be cool I think when we're kind of more towards the end of our careers to have a go at it".
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"I think the first time I came back as defending champion it did feel a little bit different".
'For now, I'm happy with my partner.
The 30-year-old last played at Hurlingham in 2014 after he lost in the last 16 at Queen's.
The pair, who won the Australian Open and the U.S. Open a year ago, are now looking ahead to Wimbledon, where they reached the quarter-finals in 2016. "At least one Murray won the tournament this week - it's a tradition here".