Andy Murray delighted after helping GB seal Davis Cup win over USA
Andy Murray beats John Isner in three sets to help Britain beat the USA in the Davis Cup
Andy Murray could not hide his delight after helping Britain beat the USA to reach the Davis Cup quarter-finals.
The Scot battled past John Isner 7-6 (7-4) 6-3 7-6 (7-4) to give Britain an unassailable 3-1 lead in the World Group first-round tie on Sunday.
The 27-year-old was beaming after helping the team secured victory and praised the crowd for their support in Glasgow.
“It feels great. This is a team effort and I think everyone agrees the team played their part,” said Murray.
“On behalf of all of the players I want to thank the crowd because it’s been one of the most special atmospheres I’ve ever played in.”
Britain will now play France at home in July, with the venue yet to be decided.
Asked about taking on France the week after Wimbledon, Murray replied: “I would imagine we’d try to play that on a grass court possibly.
“I don’t know how many grass courts they have here in Glasgow but if they can lay one, I’d really love to play here again.”