“It’s always special,” Andy Murray to join Team Britain in Glasgow for upcoming Davis Cup ties

Andy Murray makes a return to the Great Britain squad for the upcoming Davis Cup ties that will be played in Glasgow, Scotland, Murray's backyard.

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Former World No. 1 and British tennis supremo Andy Murray will be back in the Great Britain camp for the Davis Cup after the 3-time Grand Slam champion was named in the squad for the upcoming Davis Cup ties that will be played in Glasgow between September 13 and 18 with the Brits locked in Group D along with Teams Kazakhstan, the United States and the Netherlands.

Murray’s return to the squad will also mark the return of Davis Cup action in Britain as the matches will be played out at the Emirates Arena, the home courts of Murray who was also born in Glasgow in Scotland before moving to England where he currently resides. Murray will be joining British No. 1 Cameron Norrie, Dan Evans and Joe Salisbury.

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“Having Andy Murray in the team is a real boost”: British No. 1 Cameron Norrie

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Andy along with brother Jamie Murray was an instrumental part in the Davis Cup victory for the Brits back in 2015, the nation’s first title in 79 years after their last title came back in 1936. Andy will return to the competition for the first time since 2016 and his return will be a massive boost to the camp given the massive experience he will bring along with him to help his compatriots.

“It’s always special playing in a Davis Cup tie in front of a home crowd. Some of the best moments of my career have come representing my country in the Davis Cup, so to be a part of the team again means a lot,” said Murray speaking with LTA Tennis expressing his delight in joining the squad once again.

“Coming into a Davis Cup as the British No. 1 – it doesn’t get much better than that. Having Andy in the team of course is a real boost. Both him and Dan were here in 2015 when we went on to win the competition and having that experience is really important, but it also drives the rest of us to get there as well. I love team competition and relish the pressure of playing Davis Cup for my country,” said British No. 1 Norrie on Murray’s confirmation as the fourth player in the squad for the Davis Cup.

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