- Age: 28 (13.02.1986)
- Birthplace: Dunblane, Scotland
- Residence: Dunblane, Scotland
- Height: 6'3" (190 cm)
- Weight: 186 lbs (84 kg)
- Plays: Left-handed
- Turned Pro: 2004
- Coach: Louis Cayer
As of 25.08.2014
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Full name is Jamie Robert Murray...Began playing at age four with his brother Andy and mother Judy, who is a former Scottish national coach...Considers indoor hard courts and grass as favorite surfaces...Enjoys playing golf (right-handed) in his spare time and has a three handicap...A big fan of Edinburgh Hibs soccer team...Best Grand Slam junior result was SF in doubles (w/brother Andy) at US Open in 2004...Captured his first career ATP doubles title in San Jose in February 2007 (w/Butorac) and brother Andy won singles title...Became first brothers duo to win singles and doubles titles in same tournament since Emilio and Javier Sanchez in Kitzbuhel in 1989...Married Colombian Alejandra Gutierrez on 28 October 2010 in Dunblane, Scotland; Brother, Andy, acted as best man...Coached by Louis Cayer (since June 2006).
2013 -- Partnering Peers, in their fourth tournament as a team, the duo won the Houston title saving 1 M.P. versus Bryans for 12-10 Match TB win; improved to 8-5 in tour-level finals…Reached Eastbourne SFs (l. to Peya-Soares)…On 28 July, partnering Peers, won Gstaad doubles title (d. Andujar/Garcia-Lopez); it was their second ATP World Tour team trophy…On 2 August, with Peers, fell in Kitzbuhel doubles SFs (l. to Emmrich-Kas)…With Peers, reached first Grand Slam QF at US Open (l. to Peya/Soares in three sets)…Failed in his bid to reach his third straight US Open SF, his 14th Grand Slam SF overall that would have seen him pass Fred Perry for most major SF appearances by a British man…Lost to Wawrinka in three sets…Won third ATP World Tour title in 15th tournament of season with Peers at Bangkok; beat Bracciali-Paes in SFs and Bednarek-Brunstrom 10-6 in Match TB in final…Reached back-to-back ATP World Tour finals with Peers; following Bangkok title run advanced to Tokyo final (l. to Bopanna/Roger-Vasselin) ending their seven-match winning streak…Now 10-6 lifetime in finals…With Peers, beat Benneteau-Zimonjic in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Shanghai 2R and Lindstedt-Pospisil in QFs, before losing to Marrero-Verdasco in two TBs in SFs…In battle to qualify for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals with Peers, fell in Valencia SFs (l. to Peya-Soares)…Season ends in partnership with Peers in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Paris 1R loss (l. to Gonzalez-Lipsky)…
2011 -- Won two ATP World Tour doubles titles...Partnered Andre Sa at Metz in September, beating Dlouhy-Melo 64 76(7) in the final...At Tokyo in October, in tandem with younger brother Andy, the duo beat Cermak-Polasek 61 64...Reached three SFs at Johannesburg (w/Peya), Rotterdam (w/Murray) and Winston-Salem (w/S. Gonzalez)...Broke back into Top 50 of the ATP Doubles Rankings on 14 February...Also advanced to ATP World Tour Masters 1000 QFs with his brother at Indian Wells (l. to Dolgopolov-Malisse) and Montreal (l. to Berdych-F. Mayer)...Rose to a doubles career-high of World No. 23 on 10 October...
2010 - Won one ATP World Tour doubles title with brother, Andy, at Valencia (d. Bhupathi-Mirnyi)...Won two ATP Challenger Tour doubles titles...
2009 - Ranked a career-high World No. 27 in the ATP Doubles Rankings on 2 February...Dropped out of the Top 100 doubles in July...Won three ATP Challenger Tour doubles titles...
2008 - With new partner Mirnyi, won Delray Beach title (d. Bryan-Bryan)...Partnership ended after 10 months...Was also runner-up at Estoril (w/Ullyett) and Nottingham (w/Coetzee)...Finished finalist in US Open mixed doubles with Liezel Huber...
2007 - Wit Butorac he won three titles at San Jose (d. Haggard-Schuettler), Memphis (d. Melzer-Knowle) and Nottingham (d. Goodall-Hutchins)...Received first call up to British Davis Cup team versus Netherlands in April; partnered Rusedski in doubles rubber...Won Wimbledon mixed doubles title with Jelena Jankovic...
2006 - Reached two ATP World Tour doubles finals... Partnering Butorac at Los Angeles (l. to Bryans) and brother Andy at Bangkok (l. to Erlich-Ram)...
With John Peers, reached the Brisbane SFs (l. to Fyrstenberg-Nestor in 2 TBs) in the first week of the season…On 9 January, withdrew ahead of Auckland QFs (w/Peers) with lower back injury…With John Peers, fell in Australian Open 2R (l. to Butorac-Klaasen)…
With Peers, fell in Bucharest SFs (l. to Rojer-Tecau 10-8 in Match TB)…
On 4 May, improved to 11-6 in ATP World Tour doubles by partnering Peers to the Munich title (d. Fleming-Hutchins)…It was the pair’s fourth team title; they beat Butorac-Klaasen in SFs…
With Peers, reached Dusseldorf SFs (l. to Gonzalez-Lipsky)…On 15 June, fell in the London-Queen’s Club final (w/Peers), losing to Peya-Soares 10-4 in Match TB…Was the first Briton to reach the title-match since Bates in 1990 (w/Curran)…The pair had beaten No. 1 Bryans in two TB sets in 2R…
Fell in Wimbledon 3R (w/Peers), losing to No. 2 seeds Peya-Soares in five sets...Reached Hamburg SFs (w/Peers), losing to Draganja-Mergea…
On 23 August, with Peers, finished runners up at Winston-Salem (l. to Cabal-Farah)…Dropped to 11-8 in ATP World Tour doubles finals…As No. 15 seeds w/Peers at US Open, fell in 1R to Lipsky-Ram 76(4) in third set TB…
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