The rise of doubles specialist John Peers continues with confirmation he and partner Jamie Murray have qualified for the prestigious season ending ATP finals in London.
The world’s biggest indoor tournament features the top eight doubles teams with Peers and Murray one of six teams confirmed to take the court at the O2 in late November.
“It is an amazing feeling to qualify to the Finals in London,” the Australian said
“It has been a goal of mine and to have that goal reached with a few tournaments to go is exciting.”
2015 has been a breakout year for the Aussie/Brit combination.
With appearances in the final at Wimbledon and the US Open, the pair is one of only two teams to have made two Grand Slam deciders.
They have won 10 of their last 12 Grand Slam matches, and captured titles on the hard courts of Brisbane and clay of Hamburg in 2015.
“This year has been very solid.
“Jamie and I have worked really hard to perform better in the grand slams and the qualification into the World Tour Finals has proved that we’ve done this.”
Peers is currently ranked eight in the world after reaching a career high of seven earlier in the year.