Davis Cup Day 2 – Great Britain 2-1 Australia

A fun overview of a great and excciting doubles match

Tennis Talk

As expected Andy Murray replaced Dom Inglot in the doubles to partner his brother Jamie Murray against the big serve of Sam Groth and of course one of the greatest Australian players of all time in Lleyton Hewitt but after the tie being level at 1-1 after Day 1 who would take the lead at the end of the Day 2?

Jamie Murray who of course has featured in the last two Grand Slam finals with his partner John Peers who is Australian but surprisingly hasn’t been chosen for the Davis Cup. The British pair had to save a break point early on after a bit of miscommunication between Andy and Jamie but they did hold for a 1-0 lead. Sam Groth followed it up with a hold to love for Australia with both teams on the scoreboard early on. A second serve of Lleyton Hewitt in the fourth game…

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