As a Top 100 singles/Top 32 doubles player, Jamie receives LTA Elite Support.

 

scheduleLast updated 17/08/2020
GB RANKING
Great Britain -- Not ranked
WORLD RANKING
-- Not ranked
CAREER HIGH
834 22/05/2016
DAVIS CUP TIES PLAYED
20

Get to know Jamie

  • Place of birth: Glasgow
  • Lives: Wimbledon
  • Trains: London
  • Twitter: @jamie_murray
  • Coach: Louis Cayer, Alan MacDonald
  • Family: Mum is Judy Murray, dad William is a retail area manager, brother is Andy Murray. Wife is Alejandra Gutiérrez.
  • Likes: Huge football fan and follows Hibernian and Manchester United.
  • Favourite tournament: Wimbledon
  • Tennis beginnings: Began playing tennis at the age of three in Dunblane Sports Club with his family; Also trained at Stirling and LTA’s High Performance Centre in Cambridge.  Currently works with LTA Senior Performance Advisor Louis Cayer and Alan McDonald.
  • Charity: Supporter of Children Change Columbia alongside his wife, and secured a grant of £15,000 via the ATP’s ‘ACES For Charity' scheme in 2017.
GB RANKING
Great Britain 2
WORLD RANKING
25
CAREER HIGH
1 04/04/2016
DAVIS CUP TIES PLAYED
20

Get to know Jamie

  • Place of birth: Glasgow
  • Lives: Wimbledon
  • Trains: London
  • Twitter: @jamie_murray
  • Coach: Louis Cayer, Alan MacDonald
  • Family: Mum is Judy Murray, dad William is a retail area manager, brother is Andy Murray. Wife is Alejandra Gutiérrez.
  • Likes: Huge football fan and follows Hibernian and Manchester United.
  • Favourite tournament: Wimbledon
  • Tennis beginnings: Began playing tennis at the age of three in Dunblane Sports Club with his family; Also trained at Stirling and LTA’s High Performance Centre in Cambridge.  Currently works with LTA Senior Performance Advisor Louis Cayer and Alan McDonald.
  • Charity: Supporter of Children Change Columbia alongside his wife, and secured a grant of £15,000 via the ATP’s ‘ACES For Charity' scheme in 2017.

2020 2020 addremove

Alongside Neal Skupski reached the semi-finals of the Adelaide International in January and Open Sud de France in March.  Resuming the Tour, upset world’s best team Cabal/Farah in “Cincinnati".

2019 2019 addremove

In January, alongside partner Bruno Soares reached the men's doubles quarter finals of the Australian Open and finals in Barcelona but split after Roland Garros; teaming up with fellow Brit Neal Skupski after, posted some strong results reaching semis of five straight events (Cincinnati, Winston-Salem, US Open, Beijing & Shanghai). At the Davis Cup finals, won both RR matches before pushing eventual champions Nadal/Lopez 76 76 in thrilling deciding doubles. Knocked out in the first round of Roland Garros in his last tournament with Soares, and reached the quarters at Queen’s in his debut tournament with Skupski.

Career Highlights Career Highlights addremove

He has won six Grand Slam titles: in mixed doubles at the 2007 Wimbledon Championships, with Jelena Janković, the 2017 Wimbledon Championships and 2017 US Open, with Martina Hingis, and the 2018 US Open, with Bethanie Mattek-Sands, and in men's doubles at the 2016 Australian Open and 2016 US Open with Bruno Soares.

Junior Career Junior Career addremove

Based in Barcelona from 15-17.