Jamie Murray and John Peers started the 2015 ATP World Tour season in strong form, winning their fifth team title with victory at the Brisbane International presented by Suncorp. This week, they are looking to back it up with another trophy at the Heineken Open in Auckland.
Britain’s Jamie Murray and Australia’s John Peers have won the Brisbane International men’s doubles, giving them a fifth ATP World Tour title. The duo defeated Alexandr Dolgopolov and Kei Nishikori 6-3, 7-6, going through the tournament without dropping a set. They share $24,280 (£16,085) in prize money.
Meet the highest-ranked man in Australian tennis, in either form of the game. The only Australian still capable of qualifying for next month’s $6.33 million ATP World Tour Finals, and the player who could help deliver to the year-end showcase in London the presence of a Scot named Murray.