ANDY is not the only Murray that is handy with the racket.
His brother, Jamie, is also a tennis pro.
Who is Jamie Murray?
Jamie Murray was born in Dunblane, Scotland in February 1986. He is aged 33 years old and is the brother of three-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray.
Jamie began playing tennis aged 4, turning professional in 2004 aged 18.
He became the first British man to reach No.1 in the doubles or singles categories in April 2016, the first Brit to reach the summit since Virginia Wade in 1973. He currently lies 13th in the world rankings.
Is he older than Andy Murray?
Jamie is older than brother Andy Murray by one year. Andy was born in May the year after his doubles-playing brother.
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What tennis titles has Jamie Murray won?
Jamie Murray has secured 27 doubles titles since 2007, including six Grand Slams.
He secured two of these in 2016 alongside Brazilian Bruno Soares, where the pair won both the the Australian Open and US Open doubles titles.
2017 also saw the pair add a victory at the Queen’s club in London to their expanding success.
Murray also competes in Mixed doubles and secured victories at Wimbledon and the US Open alongside Martina Higgins. This was Murray’s second Wimbledon mixed doubles title after winning in 2007 alongside Serbia’s Jelena Jankovic.
He has won two tournaments while partnering brother Andy. The two secured the first of these in Valencia in 2010 before winning in Tokyo in 2011.
Jamie has had to swap partners this year, eyeing a mixed doubles final with American Bethanie Mattek-Sands while teaming up with fellow Brit Neal Skupski in the men’s edition.