JAMIE MURRAY claimed his second men’s doubles grand slam crown alongside Brazilian Bruno Soares after they clinched the US Open by beating Pablo Carreno Busta and Guillermo Garcia-Lopez in the final.
And Jamie had a cheeky message for little brother Andy in his interview after the game.
The interviewer told Murray he had done something his brother hasn’t yet done – win two majors in one year.
Jamie Murray: I'm starting to move out of Andy's shadows a little bit! https://t.co/vrZM8a4bTi
— Eurosport UK (@Eurosport_UK) September 10, 2016
He joked: “I’m starting to move out of his shadow a little bit.”
“He couldn’t win this one but I did, so get it up you Andy!”
The Scot was playing his fourth major final in men’s doubles and has gone one step further at Flushing Meadows than last year, when he finished a runner-up alongside John Peers.
Murray and Soares claimed their first major title together at the Australian Open in January and now have another to add to their collection as they sailed past their Spanish opponents 6-2 6-3.