Photo: Andy Murray’s mum Judy tweets Davis Cup pride

Judy Murray shows her pride on Twitter after Andy and Jamie help Great Britain reach historic final

Judy Murray celebrates with Andy after Davis Cup win Photo: Judy Murray/Twitter

Andy Murray’s mother Judy used Twitter to display her pride after both her sons helped propel Great Britain to their first David Cup final since 1978 on Sunday.

She posted a photo of herself and Andy in a smiling embrace after the 28-year-old’s straight sets defeat of Bernard Tomic gave Britain an unassailable 3-1 lead over Australia.

Britain will play Belgium in the competition’s final during the 27-29th of November with the Belgians likely choosing a slow clay surface in an attempt to neutralise andy Murray’s strengths.

Judy Murray, current captain of Great Britain’s Fed Cup team, believes home advantage played a part in the momentous win as a vocal crowd roared her youngest son to victory in Glasgow.

Older Murray sibling Jamie was Andy’s doubles partner in the crucial and thrilling fiver-set win over veteran Lleyton Hewit and Sam Groth on Saturday.

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