Together, they formed a formidable partnership here.
Both have enjoyed success at Wimbledon, with Jamie winning the mixed doubles back in 2007 and Andy a two-time victor in the singles.
He was the overwhelming favourite to win Queen's following his run to the French Open semi-finals only to lose to Jordan Thompson, who was only drafted in three hours before the match following the late injury withdrawal of Aljaz Bedene.
And with confidence so high in his camp, he's certainly in no rush to change doubles partners just yet.
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I think they are both as driven as ever to win big titles.
"But on Monday (at Wimbledon) everyone starts from the same position... but we are one of the favorites for the tournament and we will do as well as we can".
1 in the singles rankings always thought that playing doubles in Majors would require extra energy and effort, but never denied the opportunity to try to do it one day in Wimbledon. I mean, still obviously now it's too hard for him because singles is obviously a big priority, and physically it's so demanding.
"I'm not rushing to call Andy up and ask him when he wants to play", Jamie said with a smile.