THE Murray brothers almost blew the roof off the Emirates Arena the last time they played together in Scotland six years ago.
Jamie expects more of the same in December when he and Andy team up to face England in Aberdeen.
The third Battle of the Brits event, unveiled by Jamie yesterday, has added twist with a Scotland team taking on the English, led by Dan Evans.
Others have still to be named for the two-night, six-match extravaganza that the older Murray hopes will be able to be played in front of a capacity crowd of 7000 at Aberdeen’s P&J Live Arena on December 21-22.
Jamie is convinced the event will be hard fought and provide a similar atmosphere to the 2015 Davis Cup semi-final when a packed house in Glasgow saw the Murrays beat Aussies Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Groth in a five-set thriller en route to winning the trophy.
He said: “When we played against the States (earlier in 2015) that was the first time we’d played in a long time. It was an incredible atmosphere.
“We then got the chance a few months later to play Australia in the semi-final, which was crazy.
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