In recent years, player have ventured into uncharted technological territory. Garbine Mugurza and Kei Nishikori have their own apps, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Dominic Thiem have Youtube channels and everyone is on Twitter and Instagram. This week, Jamie Murray became the latest player to join the Youtube channel trend.
"Today I’m launching my YouTube channel," Murray said in a Facebook post. "Here you can find insights into my life both on and off the court. Lots of instructional videos to help people learn tennis and also what it takes to train to be a top doubles player."
Already, the world No. 8 has tutorials with his current partner Bruno Soares.
This week, the pair lost in the Rome first round to Jeremy Chardy and David Goffin.