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Jamie Murray admitted it was strange being on the opposite side of the net to brother Andy at the Rogers Cup in Canada

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Originally published on 14/08/15

Seventh seeds Jamie Murray and John Peers beat Andy Murray and Leander Paes 6-4 7-6(9) to set up a quarter-final clash with Novak Djokovic and Janko Tipsarevic at the ATP Masters 1000 event in Montreal.

“It was weird. We’ve only ever played together. It’s weird not to get really pumped up when you play and every time you look down the other side of the net, that’s your brother there,” said Jamie.

“But I think we did well from a team point of view and I think me and Andy did a pretty good job of dealing with the situation, which was obviously not that natural. We're happy to win."

"It was a little nervy at the start by everyone," added Peers. "Both Jamie and I served well at the start and we just got in a nice rhythm early. Then we got ahead in the tie-break and lucky we were up because we botched a couple. But we finished it off really strong, so that was good."

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Jamie Murray admitted it was strange being on the opposite side of the net to brother Andy at the Rogers Cup in Canada
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