Jamie Murray has established himself as one of the most competitive doubles players and recognizable faces on the ATP World Tour. Since winning the Wimbledon mixed doubles title in 2007 with Jelena Jankovic, Jamie has gone on to claim 18 ATP career doubles titles in addition to winning two men’s Grand Slams at the Australian Open and US Open. Jamie has also reached two men’s doubles Grand Slam finals in 2015 at Wimbledon and the US Open.
Most recently Jamie captured his fourth Grand Slam mixed doubles title, winning the US Open title with Bethanie Mattek-Sands having taken the 2017 Wimbledon title with Martina Hingis as well as reaching the 2018 Wimbledon final with Victoria Azarenka. As well as partnering his brother, Andy, in Davis Cup ties, the Murrays also represented Great Britain in the 2012 London Olympics. Jamie famously partnered Tim Henman in his retirement match on Court 1 at Wimbledon when Great Britain defeated Croatia 3-0 to put Great Britain back into the Davis Cup World Group. Jamie enjoyed an incredible run in 2015 culminating with Great Britain’s Davis Cup win against Belgium where he partnered his brother, Andy, in the crucial doubles rubber. Jamie continued this run of form in 2016, winning in Sydney alongside new partner, Bruno Soares, before capturing two Grand Slam titles in Australia and the US. In April 2016, Jamie became the first British male to reach No.1 in the world on the ATP World Tour rankings. Jamie and Bruno finished 2016 ranked as the No.1 doubles pairing in the World.
We are thrilled to have Jamie back in action at this year’s Champions Tennis and are very excited to see the results of the Peugeot Tennis Challenge which will be happening in the final session on Sunday 9th December. Catch Jamie too joining the legends in the doubles during both sessions on Sunday.
Don't miss out on attending this year's best tennis event. Thursday 6th December - Sunday 9th December 2018.