Biography


Jamie Murray, 33, is a professional tennis player. He grew up in Glasgow and attended Dunblane Primary School and Dunblane High School.

As a young player he was coached by his mother, Judy, and by the age of 12 was one of the top 3 players in Europe alongside Rafael Nadal and Richard Gasquet. He was a GB Junior Internationalist from the age of 10-17 and National 18 & Under Boys Doubles Champion in 2002. He made the decision to concentrate on doubles as a career in 2006. The following year at the age of 21, he won his first Grand Slam title in the mixed doubles at Wimbledon with Jelena Jankovic. Since then Jamie has gone on to claim 21 ATP doubles titles and captured two men’s Grand Slam doubles titles, at the Australian Open and the US Open in 2016. He picked up another two mixed doubles Grand Slam titles in 2017 with Martina Hingis at Wimbledon and the US Open and most recently he partnered Bethanie Mattek-Sands at the 2018 US Open, his 6th Grand Slam victory. He was also a key member of the GB team which won the Davis Cup in 2015.

Jamie lives in Wimbledon, London, with his wife Alejandra, who he married in 2010 at Cromlix House near Dunblane. Away from tennis, Jamie enjoys golf (right-handed), playing off a handicap of 4. He is a member of Wentworth Club. When not competing, Jamie is a regular commentator on the BBC, Eurosport and Sky Sports. Murray was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2016 Birthday Honours for services to tennis and charity.


Wins, titles and awards

2019

  • 27 - ATP 250, Sydney (with Bruno Soares)

2018

  • 26 - The US Open Mixed Doubles (with Bethanie Mattek-Sands)

  • 25 - ATP 1000, Cincinnati Masters (with Bruno Soares)

  • 24 - ATP 500, Washington D.C. (with Bruno Soares)

  • 23 - ATP 500, Acapulco (with Bruno Soares)

2017

  • 22 - The US Open Mixed Doubles (with Martina Hingis)

  • 21 - The Wimbledon Championships Mixed Doubles (with Martina Hingis)

  • 20 - ATP 500, Queen’s Club Championships (with Bruno Soares)

  • 19 - ATP 250, Stuttgart (with Bruno Soares)

  • 18 - the ATP 500, Acapulco (with Bruno Soares)

2016

  • 17 - The US Open Doubles (with Bruno Soares)

  • 16 - The Australian Open Doubles (with Bruno Soares)

  • 15 - ATP 250, Sydney (with Bruno Soares)

  • Reached world number 1 in ATP doubles rankings

2015

  • Davis Cup Final (doubles with his brother Andy Murray)

  • 14 - ATP 500 Hamburg (with John Peers)

  • 13 - ATP 250, Brisbane (with John Peers)

  • Awarded BBC Sports Personality Team of the Year Award in 2015 for winning the Davis Cup (the first UK win since 1936)

2014

  • 12 - ATP 250, Munich (with John Peers)

2013

  • 11 - ATP 250, Bangkok (with John Peers)

  • 10 - ATP 250, Gstaad (with John Peers)

  • 9 - ATP 250, Houston (with John Peers)

2011

  • 8 - ATP 500, Tokyo (with Andy Murray)

  • 7 - ATP 250, Metz (with Andre Sa)

2010

  • 6 - ATP 500, Valencia (with Andy Murray)

2008

  • 5 - ATP 250, Delray Beach (with Max Mirnyi)

2007

  • 4 - The Wimbledon Championships Mixed Doubles (with Jelena Jankovic)

  • 3 - ATP 250, Nottingham (with Eric Butorac)

  • 2 - ATP 250, Memphis (with Eric Butorac)

  • 1 - ATP 250, San Jose ( with Eric Butorac)