Jamie Murray named tournament director of Queen’s Club Championships

Jamie Murray

Jamie Murray has been named tournament director of the Queen’s Club Championships.

Multi-Grand Slam-winning doubles player Murray, 37, will continue to play in 2024 but not at Queen’s itself (17-23 June). Last year, ex-pro Laura Robson became Nottingham Open tournament director.

Murray has experience as a tournament director, having organised the Battle of the Brits event between Scotland and England in Aberdeen in late 2023.

“It’s a real honour to be given this opportunity by the Lawn Tennis Association, to work on such a prestigious and well-regarded tournament with the event team during the year, supporting the development and growth of the cinch Championships,” Murray said.

“As most people know, I have a genuine interest in the events side of the business having started as a tournament director of the Murray Trophy and most recently organising Battle of the Brits in ensuring the best possible experience for the players and fans who attend.”

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