Briton Jamie Murray and Aussie John Peers are all set to end their three-year partnership at the end of the year after the ATP World Tour Finals this year, reported BBC Sport.
After almost three years together, the British-Australian duo will go their separate ways at the end of November, with Murray set partner with Brazilian world number 23, Bruno Soares. Murray and Peers have won six titles together since teaming up in February 2013, making the finals of both Wimbledon and the US Open in 2015.
Soares, a former world number three doubles player, who is currently ranked number 23, won just one title in 2015 with present partner Alexander Peya.
Jamie Murray and John Peers were runners-up during at the Wimbledon and US Open this year. They decided to switch partners after a highly successful three years together to find new challenges and become better players. It has also been said that the decision was taken mutually by both players and that there was no falling out between the two.
Interestingly Jamie Murray and John Peers face Burno Soares and Alexander Peya in Vienna tomorrow.
Published 22 Oct 2015, 12:20 IST
Given this ... https://t.co/Shlsz0Zh2z Perfect matchup in Vienna tomorrow: Jamie Murray / John Peers vs. Alexander Peya / Bruno Soares— Stephanie Myles (@OpenCourt) October 21, 2015