Judy Murray: 'One day Andy and Jamie will play doubles at Wimbledon'


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Judy Murray: 'One day Andy and Jamie will play doubles at Wimbledon'

Andy and Jamie Murray played doubles together at the Olympics and Davis Cup, but never in Grand Slam events. The World No. 1 in the singles rankings always thought that playing doubles in Majors would require extra energy and effort, but never denied the opportunity to try to do it one day in Wimbledon.

In an interview to BBC Sport, mother Judy Murray said: 'While they are still happy and healthy I think they are quite happy doing their own thing and going their own way. But I'm pretty sure you'll see them playing doubles at Wimbledon together before they end their careers.

I think they are both as driven as ever to win big titles. The Grand Slams are the biggest prizes in tennis and those are the things every player wants to win.' Murray played in Wimbledon only once, when in 2005 as 18-year-old he lost at second round level.

He reached second round also at Roland Garros and US Open, first round at the Australian Open. ALSO READ: Murray, Nadal and more set to play Hurlingham exhibition