The well-known duo of Andy Murray and his brother Jamie are going to perform in upcoming Washington 2019 in men’s doubles main draw. Andy who underwent a painful hip injury in January made a miraculous comeback at Queen’s tournament where he won the double draw championship along with Feliciano Lopez of Spain. Earlier at the time of Davis Cup 2015, both the star players came together to win the prestigious title for Great Britain.

The manager of the tournament Mark Ein said on Murray brothers’ arrival at Washington 2019,”they called us and said Andy really wanted to come back to DC and wanted to play doubles with his brother”. Further, he also added, “we’re putting a real focus on doubles at the event — it’s a terrific piece of the competition and entertainment value for fans so we were thrilled he wanted to return.”

In the previous edition of Washington Doubles, the 33-year-old Jamie Murray won the title along with former partner Bruno Soares of Brazil. The strong team of Bruno and Jamie also won Australian and US Open titles. previously. Now, all eyes will be on Murray brothers in Washington 2019 whether they will conquer this season or not.

Here’s see the complete lists of players participating in Washington 2019 starting from this July:

Entrants for ATP singles main draw

  • Top seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas from Greece
  • Second-seeded Kei Nishikori from Japan
  • Third-seeded Karen Khachanov from Russia
  • Fourth-seeded Daniil Medvedev from Russia
  • Fifth-seeded Kevin Anderson from South Africa
  • Sixth-seeded John Isner from United States of America
  • Seventh-seeded Marin Cilic from Croatia
  • eighth-seeded David Goffin from Belgium
  • ninth-seeded Gaël Monfils from France
  • 10th seeded Milos Raonic from Canada
  • 11th-seeded Félix Auger-Aliassime from Canada
  • 12th-seeded Benoit Paire from France
  • 13th-seeded Denis Shapovalov from Canada
  • 14th-seeded Gilles Simon from France
  • 15th-seeded Alex de Minaur from Australia
  • 16-seeded Kyle Edmund from Britain

WTA Entrants for Doubles main draw

  • Maria Sanchez (United States of America) and Fanny Stollar (Hungry)
  • Naomi Broady (Britain), Sharon Fichman (Canada)
  • Hayley Carter and Maegan Manasse (United States of America)
  • You Xiaodi (China) and Hsieh Yu-Chieh (Taipei)