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    Jamie Murray

    Currently going for his third US Open mixed doubles title and his seventh doubles grand slam title in total. He's always played in Andy's shadow, but a great career nonetheless. I've always thought that if Andy hadn't become the global star he did then Jamie's status as one of Scotland's most successful sportsmen would be more celebrated.

    Overall, the Murray brothers' contribution to British tennis is remarkable - and it's extremely disappointing that their legacy doesn't appear to have been seized upon.


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    Currently going for his third US Open mixed doubles title and his seventh doubles grand slam title in total. He's always played in Andy's shadow, but a great career nonetheless. I've always thought that if Andy hadn't become the global star he did then Jamie's status as one of Scotland's most successful sportsmen would be more celebrated.

    Overall, the Murray brothers' contribution to British tennis is remarkable - and it's extremely disappointing that their legacy doesn't appear to have been seized upon.
    couldn't word that any better. Two of Britains greatest sportsmen.

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    They've done it




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    Well done Jamie! His achievements shouldn't be overlooked. 👏

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    Quote Originally Posted by G B Young View Post
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    Currently going for his third US Open mixed doubles title and his seventh doubles grand slam title in total. He's always played in Andy's shadow, but a great career nonetheless. I've always thought that if Andy hadn't become the global star he did then Jamie's status as one of Scotland's most successful sportsmen would be more celebrated.

    Overall, the Murray brothers' contribution to British tennis is remarkable - and it's extremely disappointing that their legacy doesn't appear to have been seized upon.
    Well said , Looking at the next generation of Edmund and Evans etc , it will be a long long time before we see anything like the Murrays in British tennis again .

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