Murray bros square off in dubs “finale”

Andy Murray has decided to focus on singles going forward.

So his match against brother Jamie Friday in Cincinnati, should he and Feliciano Lopez lose, could be his last for awhile.


The brother have only faced off once in their careers. In 2015 in Montreal, Jamie and John Peers beat Andy and Leander Paes 6-4, 7-6 (9).

Jamie Murray is playing with another Brit, Neal Skupski. 

Not that it’s huge news. But if Murray and Lopez win, that would improve Murray’s career doubles won-loss record at … 77-75. And it would also move him into the … top 75 in the doubles rankings.

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