Davis Cup Final Opening Britain Lead by Murray

The Davis Cup has another formation however Andy Murray’s affection for a rebound stays flawless after the Scot struggled from behind to beat Tallon Griekspoor on Wednesday as Great Britain edged past Holland. Murray came from a set down and afterward trailed 4-1 in the decider in Madrid before beating the energetic Griekspoor, positioned 179 on the world, 6 (7/9), 6-4, 7-6 (7/5). Murray said that “I’ve found a way to win matches many times in my career when I’ve not been playing well,” he also added “You can draw on that a little bit.” A rudimentary achievement gave Great Britain the lead in their opening Group E tie and having in mind that Dan Evans lost the subsequent singles stretch to Robin Haase, Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski completed the work in the doubles.

Rafael Nadal won his 26th continuous Davis Cup singles, later on Wednesday as Spain booked their place in the quarter-finals with a 3-0 success over Croatia.
Novak Djokovic, in the mean time, travelled to Yoshihito Nishioka to help out Serbia to overcome Japan by the equivalent scoreline.

Murray had given short shrift on Tuesday to those he trust have been too quick to condemn the revamped Davis Cup, which just because its featuring all 18 World Group nations challenging for the trophy in just one week.

In addition, what will be music to the ears of the coordinators, among them Barcelona footballer Gerard Pique, Murray was loaded with applause for the atmosphere inside the CajaMagica’s comfortable Stadium 3.

Murray said that “The atmosphere was brilliant, that was the one concern I had about the event, about it being on neutral ground, but it was great.”

British fans have been second just to Spanish as far as the tickets sold up until now and the solid participation for Murray’s opener inside the tournament’s smallest court, with a limit of 2,500, has not been predictable across other morning matches.

Murray, along Nadal and Djokovic, is one of the tournament’s greatest attractions this week and Britain’s possibilities of advancing to the quarter-finals look great in front of Thursday’s tie against Kazakhstan.

It is not yet clear whether Murray plays or is rested against the Kazakhs, but he was given a good workout by the 23-year-old Griekspoor, who was an unexpected pick in the Dutch team ahead Botic Van de Zandschlup.