Andy Murray to play against brother Jamie at Rogers Cup

Andy Murray (right) with brother Jamie Murray
Andy and Jamie Murray played with each other in the doubles at the Davis Cup last month

British number one Andy Murray will play brother Jamie for the first time in a Tour-level match when they meet in men's doubles at the Rogers Cup.

Andy Murray and Leander Paes beat Jeremy Chardy and Kevin Anderson 6-3 6-1 to set up a second-round tie with Jamie and John Peers in Montreal.

"We've not played each other for a long time so it'll be nice in some ways, but also it's not easy," said Andy Murray.

In-form seventh seeds Murray and Peers recently won the German Open.

The pair, who are on course to qualify for the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals at the O2 Arena in London, also reached the Wimbledon final this year.

In the men's singles, second seed Murray has received a first-round bye so will meet Tommy Robredo in the second round.