Davis Cup 2015: Murray brothers react to dramatic GB win on Twitter

The Murray brothers both took to Twitter after their dramatic Davis Cup win over Australia in the doubles on Saturday

Andy and Jamie Murray both took to Twitter on Saturday evening to reflect on their thrilling doubles win over Australia to give Great Britain a 2-1 lead in the Davis Cup semi-final.

The hosts are now just one win away from reaching the final after the brothers beat Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Groth 4-6 6-3 6-4 6-7 (6-8) 6-4 in Glasgow.

Jamie Murray was the first to take to social media after the dramatic win and praised the home crowd for their support.

Jamie tweeted:

Andy Murray, who can send Britain through to their first final since they finished runners-up in 1978 if he wins his singles match on Sunday, also chimed in a little later.

Andy tweeted:

Reflecting on the win after the thrilling match, Andy Murray said: “It was an incredible match. To come back from the disappointment of losing the fourth set…

“We kept creating chances, we stuck together like brothers should and managed to come up with enough good returns.

“We had to keep the energy up at the beginning of the fifth set – it was important for us to get a good start.”

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