Three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray says he is the biggest fan of Jamie Murray and says his brother will be remembered as one the best doubles player that the UK has had. Jamie, 33, has established himself as a top doubles player as he is a 23-time champion and former world No.
1 in doubles. The 33-year-old has had success on the biggest tennis stage, having won two Grand Slam titles with Bruno Soares and five Grand Slam mixed doubles titles with three different partners. "I'm glad that he (Jamie) has had, you know, all of this success that he has had on the court.
I'm his biggest fan and yeah I hope he can have a few more years at the top," Andy told the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA). "What will his legacy be when he finishes? I think he will go down as one of the best doubles player that the UK has ever had.
"I mean, he was No. 1 doubles player in the world which is amazing." Andy, a former world No. 1 in singles, believes his brother Jamie will achieve more success before he calls it a career as he said: "We will have to wait and see because he still has got some years left and I'm sure he will achieve more great things."