- 2.1 double 2.1.1 Siege
- 2.1.2 finals
- 2.2.1 Siege
- 2.2.2 finals
2006 Murray reached twice a doubles final on the ATP Tour. The end of July, he and his American partner Eric Butorac double to the finals of the tournament in Los Angeles, which they lost to the smooth top-seeded brothers Bob and Mike Bryan. In September, repeated a final defeat in Bangkok ( Thailand), this time on the side of Brother Andy Murray against the Israelis Andy Ram and Jonathan Erlich ( 2:6, 6:2, [ 4:10 ] ).
In February 2007 Murray and Butorac brought their first tournament victory, but still on the Challenger level. This was followed by success on the ATP Tour at the SAP Open in San Jose and Memphis ( Tennessee). Through this tournament victories Jamie Murray reached the Top -50 of the double world rankings for the first time.
On March 20, Murray was first drafted into the British Davis Cup team and played together with Greg Rusedski against the Dutchman Robin Haase and Rogier Wassen and won in four sets 6-1, 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 ( 5).
After winning the Mixed - Serb Jelena Janković with the title at the Wimbledon Championships, he also came at the U.S. Open on the side of U.S. Liezel Huber Amerikanierin to the semifinals before, but missed his second Grand Slam final of his career in one year.
Murray began the year 2008 with a new doubles partner, the Belarusians Max Mirny. Despite the victory at the Dalray, Florida in February followed by a series of defeats. As a result, they could not reach a final on the tour more and failed in eleven tournaments in the first two rounds, including at the Australian Open. After only four matches won Murray and Mirny parted. The Briton seemed to have more success without the Belarusians and came up with Nicolas Lapentti of Ecuador to the semifinals of the Movistar Open in Viña del Mar, Chile, and with Kevin Ullyett from Zimbabwe into the final of the Estoril Open in Estoril, Portugal.
Jamie Murray showed greater interest in tennis singles. In a match against Marcel Granollers in January, he took part in a single qualification and applied for a wildcard at the Wimbledon Championships. After the defeat in qualifying at the Artois Championships against Poland Łukasz Kubot Murray of appearance in the singles at the traditional lawn tournament was denied. Together with Max Mirnyi, he reached the final of the Slazenger Open, or the semi-final of the Artois Championships, but failed in the third round at Wimbledon.