Jamie Murray will be looking to give fans a real pre-Christmas treat this week at the prestigious end-of-season ATP Seniors Tour finale Masters Tennis At The Royal Albert Hall, writes Ziad Chaudry.

The 32-year-old doubles specialist from Wimbledon and the elder brother of three-time grand Slam Winner Andy will participate in two doubles match on Sunday December 9.

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Spain's former world number one and 2003 Roland Garros winner Juan Carlos Ferrero who claimed his maiden singles London title last year heads a glamorous six-man field that includes popular 2001 Wimbledon champion Croatian Goran Ivanisevic, twice Australian Davis Cup winner Mark Philipoussis, Germany's former world number two Tommy Haas, Belgian Xavier Malisse and 1998 Roland Garros winner from Spain Carlos Moya.

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While the doubles event see the welcome return of the flamboyant American seven-time Grand Slam champion John McEnroe, former British number one Tim Henman, the hilariously entertaining Mansour Bahrami and Sweden's Mikael Pernfors.

Murray, who retained the US Open mixed doubles title with his partner Bethanie Mattek-Sands back in September, ended his 2018 ATP World Tour Doubles campaign ranked world number 8.

Tickets for Masters Tennis At The Royal Albert Hall are available by either contacting RAH Box office on 020 7070 4404 or in person at the venue.