Andy Murray and Jamie Murray are on a wildcard to play Wimbledon Gentlemen's Doubles.
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Andy Murray Wildcard Entry Into Wimbledon 2024 Gentlemen’s Doubles With Brother Jamie Murray. Not to quit so easily, Andy Murray is set to play Gentlemen’s Doubles at Wimbledon 2024 with his brother Jamie Murray through a wildcard entry. Despite undergoing a spinal surgery last weekend, Andy hopes to play the singles. He believes that he deserves the opportunity to give it until the very last minute to make the decision.

Andy, a 3x Grand Slam champion, acknowledged that its complicated but he is determined to play at Wimbledon one more time. Earlier this week, the 37-year-old said he also intends to finish at the Olympics. “I was told that this was going to be six to 12 weeks, I wouldn’t be sitting here today just waiting until the last minute to have my name in the draw.” Andy Said

The English tennis player highlighted that he’s trying everything he can to play. “I’m practicing on the court, I’m rehabbing and trying to accelerate this process to give myself a chance to play,” Andy shared.

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He was asked whether he would withdraw before the draw at 10 a.m. on Friday, and he replied that he would wait till the last minute. Andy added that there is no clear-cut where he would be 100 percent ready to play or there is zero percent chance that he would play.

This isn’t the first time for the Murray brothers to join forces and show their skills on the court. They teamed up in 2015 and won the Davis Cup final. Jamie, 38, won the mixed doubles at the 2007 and 2017 Wimbledon Championships and 2019 US Open. He was ranked World No.1 in the ATP doubles rankings.