Andy Murray will lead Great Britain’s Davis Cup defence as they take on Japan in the last 16tie in Birmingham.
Kyle Edmund, Dan Evans, Jamie Murray and Dom Inglot complete GB’s line-up, all of whom experienced match action in last year’s incredible run to the title.
GB’s Famous Five
This marks Andy Murray’s 19th nomination to represent his country, making his debut way back in 2005 against Israel.
In contrast, 21-year-old Edmund has received just his second call-up after making his debut in last year’s final against Belgium, justifying his place after an excellent effort to take two sets off of the then world number 16 David Goffin.
Jamie Murray made his debut in 2007 against the Netherlands and is arguably the world’s most in form men’s doubles player having recently risen to a career high of number two in the world, following his maiden…
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