Jamie Murray


A British specialist doubles player, Jamie Murray is a highly successful and well recognised figure on the professional tour. Having won numerous ATP tour titles, Jamie is well respected amongst his rivals for consistent performances year on year. A wonderful tennis speaker for events, Jamie has a warm and friendly personality that immediately makes him a hit with audiences.

Finishing runner up in the prestigious Junior Orange Bowl at the age of 11 years old, Jamie became World No.2 in junior tennis just two years later. Jamie partnered his brother, Andy in the 2004 Junior US Open, reaching the semi-finals in an impressive display of teamwork. With a number of anecdotal tales to call upon, Jamie makes the professional tennis tour come alive as a sports speaker, allowing audience members to experience the rivalry and competition present at every tour meeting.

One of Jamie’s highlights of his career was his mixed doubles title at the 2007 Wimbledon Championships, beating the very best partnerships in the world and proving his reputation as one of the best doubles players in the world. Other notable achievements in Jamie’s career include reaching the 2008 US Open with Liezel Huber. A reliable and consistent performer, as a tennis speaker Jamie can relate the skills needed to achieve the business world through his lessons learnt as a professional athlete, leading to a more efficient and effective workforce.

A consummate professional, Jamie can tailor his content as an after dinner speaker to ensure it suits the audience he is addressing whilst also establishing underlying themes of an company or organisation.

To book Jamie Murray as the tennis speaker for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing agent@championsukplc.com or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.

When at corporate events, Jamie is known to cover the following topics:

  • Tennis Speaker
  • Sports Speaker
  • Achieving Goals
  • Realising Ambitions
  • Peak Performance
  • Consistency in Sport