Jamie grew up as an incredibly promising young tennis player (making #2 in the world as a junior). He would have had big expectations, and dreams of being a tennis star and emulating his idols. Instead his singles career nose-dived and he ended up only being able to compete as a doubles player. Meanwhile his younger brother comes along and lives out all of Jamie's dreams, becoming a tennis superstar-millionaire-Grand Slam champion, with two Olympic Gold medals and (most importantly) a winning record over Roger Federer. Jamie even had a (golden) chance to get his own Olympic Medal with his brother but came home empty handed and had to watch Laura Robson clinch Gold with his brother instead! Why it would be awesome: Well he is surely happy for his bro, and a career high #23 in doubles isn't too bad. Also, Andy might just let him have his match-worn Adidas Barricades (if he asks nicely) which would fetch a mint on the 'Bay. Why it would suck: Because Andy got all the attention/trophies/girls/cash/sponsors/fame/etc, and he got... hardly enough winnings to even stay on the tour, and the only autographs he ever signs are when people mistake him for his brother. Perhaps it's made him a better person. I appreciate that a lot of that stuff is superficial. ...but he surely must have thought "why not me" at times. What do you think?