By Mike Dickson for MailOnline
Published: 23:56 GMT, 24 January 2020 | Updated: 23:56 GMT, 24 January 2020
Jamie Murray has admitted that he has no plans to partner his brother Andy in the Olympics this year, preferring to stay with regular partner Neal Skupski.
The decision has been based more on him not wanting to disrupt his blossoming partnership than sentimental concerns for his sibling, whose future is uncertain again as he tries to shrug off a pelvic injury.
After he and Skupski made the second round of the Australian Open, Jamie explained his thinking.
Jamie Murray has admitted that he has no plans to partner his brother Andy in the Olympics
'My plan just now is to play with Neal,' said Jamie. ' Whether Andy is fit or not is a different story. It depends, I guess, on rankings and things like that. We