Great Britain has defeated Belgium 3-1 to win the 2015 Davis Cup by BNP Paribas Final in Ghent on Sunday 29 November.
This is Great Britain’s tenth Davis Cup title, placing them third on the all-time list behind USA (32 titles) and Australia (28 titles). It is Great Britain’s first title since 1936, with the gap of 79 years being the longest gap between Davis Cup titles in history.
Andy Murray has become the first player to win eight live singles rubbers in a calendar year since the introduction of the World Group in 1981. He is just the third player to achieve an 8-0 World Group singles record in a calendar year.
Andy Murray, 2015 Davis Cup
photo credit: Marianne Bevis
Murray is only the second player to win 11 live singles and doubles rubbers in World Group history after Croatia’s Ivan Ljubicic in 2005. He is the…
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