“Hi, I’m Jamie, welcome to my YouTube channel. Here, you’re going to get unique insights of my life both on and off the tour, and some tips on how to improve your doubles game”. Jamie Murray’s Youtube channel was launched on May 10th, but the six-time Grand Slam doubles champion hasn't lost any time in filling it.
In short videos that last less than three minutes, the eldest Murray brother has already uncovered doubles tips with Bruno Soares—with whom he recently reached the quarterfinals of the Madrid Open—as well as the content of his racquet bag.
"It's going to be a simple, effective platform for people all over the world to come and learn about tennis," Murray explains. When asked about whose idea this iniciative was, Jamie laughed and confessed that her mother is the brain behind it.
He added that he feels it is a good way to get back to all the people who have supported him during his career. The YouTube channel, opened in order to reach the wide audience already surfing on the wave of Internet influencers, could be a way for the World.
doubles No. 9 to open himself many possibilities for future years. “I have to think about the future more than Andy because he’s got more money than me,” Jamie confessed to The Times. However, the doubles champion still remains in the heart of the action on tour.
Having reached the quarterfinals of the Madrid Open, he has a seasonal record of 14-8 wins to losses, and is set to play along Soares against Goffin/Chardy as second-seeded pair in the first round of the Roma Open. The Scottish player has also been announced recently by the British brand PlayBrave to have joined their team as their new Global Brand Ambassador.