Jamie Murray and John Peers win second ATP doubles title in Gstaad

Last Updated: 28/07/13 4:47pm

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Jamie Murray (right) with John Peers

Jamie Murray (right) with John Peers

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Jamie Murray and Australian partner John Peers won their second ATP doubles title with victory in Gstaad.

British star Murray and Peers beat experienced Spaniards Pablo Andujar and Guillermo Garcia-Lopez 6-3 6-4 in the final of the clay court tournament.

They did not drop a set throughout the competition and their victory follows up their first tile at the US Men's Clay Court Championship in Houston back in April.

Murray, brother of Wimbledon men's singles champion Andy, said: "We've been playing a few months now, working hard together to try and get the team as good as we can.

"We've had some good results and we'll keep trying to go for the future."

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