Australia’s best doubles player by a distance, John Peers, admits on the eve of partnering Jamie Murray in the final of the US Open that he will not be supporting his country when they play Great Britain in the Davis Cup semi-finals in Glasgow next weekend.
Doubles duo Jamie Murray and John Peers joined the ball kids in supporting the Brisbane International in its initiative to donate used balls from the tournament to the RSPCA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).
There will be no Murray on the Wimbledon honours board this year. Just 24 hours after Andy was blown away on Centre Court older brother Jamie endured the same fate in the men’s doubles final. Murray and John Peers simply could not find an answer to the No 4 seeds, Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tecau, going…Details
Jamie Murray and John Peers storm into Wimbledon men’s doubles final after coming from behind to win on Centre Court
Two-and-a-half years ago Jamie Murray was wondering if the slog on the doubles tour was worth it after a first-round loss at the Australian Open. Murray was languishing at No 92 in the world rankings and the constant chopping and changing of partners was taking its toll, but he decided to give it one last…Details