French Open 2024: Jamie Murray wants to play with Andy Murray at Wimbledon-ZoomTech News

French Open 2024: Jamie Murray wants to play with Andy Murray at Wimbledon-ZoomTech News

Jamie Murray says he needs to play doubles at Wimbledon alongside his youthful brother Andy as a result of it appears to be “now or by no means” for the pair.

The siblings have by no means performed collectively at their dwelling Grand Slam and have mentioned teaming up this 12 months.

Two-time singles champion Andy Murray, 37, is contemplating retirement and says he doesn’t plan to play a lot past this summer time.

“It could clearly be actually cool to do it,” mentioned 38-year-old Jamie.

“It is one thing that we in all probability wished to do in some unspecified time in the future in our profession and perhaps now’s the one alternative to do it. So perhaps it is a case of now or by no means.”

Jamie Murray has received two combined doubles title on the All England Membership and was a crushed finalist within the males’s doubles in 2015. Successful the lads’s doubles title is his greatest profession objective.

Andy Murray will probably be specializing in the singles at SW19 and should resolve he’s unable to play the doubles as effectively in what could possibly be his farewell look.

In 2013, he turned the primary Briton to win the Wimbledon males’s singles title since Fred Perry in 1936.

“I requested [Andy] if he wished to play and it is not essentially a simple resolution for him to decide to taking part in the doubles,” added Jamie, who received the Australian Open and US Open males’s doubles titles in 2016.

“He is aware of clearly I wish to play and do my greatest and play so long as we are able to.

“I assume he wants to determine if it should be price it, or how a lot it would intervene with what he needs to do within the singles and the way he is feeling about his recreation and bodily.”

On Sunday, Jamie Murray and New Zealander Michael Venus had been knocked out of the French Open males’s doubles within the second spherical with defeat by French duo Gregoire Barrere and Lucas Pouille.

Murray and Venus, seeded thirteenth, squandered three set factors within the second-set tie-break earlier than Barrere and Pouille closed out a 6-4 7-6 (8-6) win.

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