The struggle is real for Jamie Murray and Marko Djokovic

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The struggle is real for Jamie Murray and Marko Djokovic

Great Britain's Jamie Murray took a selfie with Serbian Marko Djokovic and just couldn't pass on a chance to make a good joke. The two often get asked questions related to the careers of their brothers -- Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic.

Five-time doubles Grand Slam champion and former doubles world No. 1 Jamie has had a successful career so far but has never reached the heights of Andy. On the other side, Marko has never come close to being as successful as his brother Novak.

The 26-year-old achieved his singles career-high ranking of No. 581 in 2012 and doubles career-high ranking of No. 629 in 2013, respectively. Three-time Grand Slam champion Andy hasn't played a tournament since Wimbledon due to a hip injury.

The 30-year-old eventually underwent a hip surgery in January and is hoping to return to action during the upcoming grass-court season. On the other side, 12-time Grand Slam champion Novak called it a 2017 season after Wimbledon due to an elbow injury and returned to action at the Australian Open.

The Serb former world No. 1 also underwent a minor elbow surgery after the Australian Open but returned to action two months later at the Indian Wells Masters.

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