Open Champion Jamie Murray: ‘Andy, you should be in bed’

Andy Murray caught loitering in the stands watching his brother Jamie. Picture: Contributed

Andy Murray caught loitering in the stands watching his brother Jamie. Picture: Contributed

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JAMIE Murray told his brother Andy to get some sleep before his Australian Open final after he was spotted in the stand at 1am before Djokovic final.

In an emotional speech after his first Grand Slam men’s double title at the Australian Open, Jamie Murray told his brother, “Andy you should be in bed. I don’t know why you’re here taking photos. Good luck tomorrow.”

Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares hold their trophy after winning the men's doubles. Picture: Aaron Favila/AP

Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares hold their trophy after winning the men's doubles. Picture: Aaron Favila/AP

This was Jamie’s third time at a final - the last two were with ex-partner John Peers at Wimbledon and the US open where the Scot lost.

Big brother Andy was there to cheer on Jamie, as he and his new partner Brazilian Bruno Soares win in three sets.

With the win coming at 12.58am local time, Jamie was concerned about Andy ahead of his big game tomorrow.

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