Murray and Soares hope to ride momentum at Wimbledon

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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.

"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".

Jamie Murray believes he and his brother Andy will play together at Wimbledon in the future, although it would be in the latter stages of both their careers.

The 31-year-old Murray said his relationship with Soares has grown over the past 18 months and the duo are looking to finish the season strongly.

Murray's withdrawal was precautionary and the two-time Wimbledon champion meant to play at the club on Friday, the spokesman said.

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"I'm not rushing to call Andy up and ask him when he wants to play", Jamie said with a smile.

'I think, yeah, I think we'd probably quite like to.

Judy Murray, Great Britain's Fed Cup captain, says her sons - who have paired together on tour and in the Davis Cup before - will continue on their own path for now, but she does foresee a time when they play together at SW19. Murray also reached the final of Wimbledon with John Peers in 2015.

Jamie Murray was talking to Reuters as a part of IBM's technology event ahead of next week's Wimbledon.