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British Star Andy Murray Remembers Glorious 2015 Davis Cup Victory

2015 Davis Cup Great Britain Team

Great Britain can be proud of Andy Murray and his greatest achievements in tennis. Having three Grand Slam titles on his name, 33-years-old has been ranked World No.1 by ATP. Other than the individual records, Murray guided his team to lift the trophy at the Davis Cup for the first time since 1936.

Great Britain claimed their 10th title at the Davis Cup after Murray defeated David Goffin of Belgium in the finals.

Subsequently, Andy Murray made history by becoming the third player to win maximum eight singles matches in a Davis Cup tournament, after John McEnroe and Mats Wilander. 

Winning three matches in doubles with his brother Jamie Murray, Andy also became the fourth person to win eleven points in a tournament. 

In celebration of the historic victory at the global tennis event, two-time Olympics Gold medalist Andy Murray recently shared memorable moments on his Instagram stories.  

Murray Brothers

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Final Moments of 2015 Davis Cup

The championship matches of 2015 Davis Cup held at Flanders Expo located in Ghent, Belgium.  

2015 Davis Cup Great Britain Team

It was the first final appearance for Great Britain since 1978. And Belgium played the first-ever final after more than a century.

As a home team under the rotation policy, Belgium picked indoor clay courts for the event finals with an intention to upsetting Andy Murray, who was a highest-ranked player for both sides.               

However, Andy Murray conquered Belgium’s hope David Goffin and Ruben Bemelmans in the straight sets. Also, Murray brothers defeated Steve Darcis and David Goffin pair in doubles as well. 

With the help of Murray’s three triumphs, British company took the lead(3-1) and clinched the 2015 Davis Cup.  

It can be the most remarkable moments in Great Britain’s tennis history and Andy Murray’s career.    

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Published : 8:18 AM, Mon, 30 November 2020

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