Injury scare for Murray ahead of Wimbledon title defence

Rosalie Stanley
June 28, 2017

Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares teamed up to win the Aegon
Championships doubles title at Queen's Club yesterday, beating French pair Julien Benneteau and Edourd Roger-Vasselin in the final. I'm not rushing to call Andy up and ask him when he wants to play'.

Jamie won his first title at Queen's in 11 attempts and becomes the second British man to win the doubles at the venue in the Open era after Jeremy Bates achieved the same feat in 1990. "Of course it helps that we have a good relationship as we spend all our days together".

But I'm pretty sure you'll see them playing doubles at Wimbledon together before they end their careers.

"But on Monday (at Wimbledon) everyone starts from the same position... but we are one of the favorites for the tournament and we will do as well as we can".

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He was the West Coast Conference player of the year and newcomer of the year last season after transferring from Washington. Shot selection and consistency are the two biggest areas he needs to improve, Mitchell said.

'He's won it five times though but it's nice that I could win it one year'. Andy's always said he'd like to, but whether he follows through or not, I don't know!

The pair, who won the Australian Open and the U.S. Open past year, are now looking ahead to Wimbledon, where they reached the quarter-finals in 2016.

The 30-year-old's build-up to Wimbledon has been far from ideal.

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