Murray Targets US Open Reunion
Wimbledon champion Jamie Murray has said he wants to renew his mixed doubles partnership with Jelena Jankovic at next month's US Open.
Murray had never played mixed doubles before the duo won the Wimbledon title, making him the first British champion in a senior event at SW19 since 1987.
He told BBC Sport: "I hope we will play there although I guess that's up to her with her singles priorities.
"We will certainly play together at Wimbledon next year - I know that."
Murray revealed that his partnership with the Serb started by accident.
"We arrived at the same time on one of the mornings and I asked her if she wanted to play and she agreed luckily," he said.
"I never thought she would agree as she is such a great singles player and it was also her priority to do well in the singles here."
Murray's run to the third round of the men's doubles with Eric Butorac lifted him to a career-high doubles ranking of 29.
The 21-year-old has no plans to develop his singles career.
"I don't think it's going to happen in singles for me. I was able to get my doubles ranking high enough to play in the bigger events.
"It's a much better life to be playing Wimbledon, I'm going next week to Los Angeles and I'm much happier doing that - whether it's singles or doubles it doesn't matter."
This year's US Open runs from 27 August to 9 September.