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Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Jamie Murray (left) and Dominic Inglot in training yesterday

Davis Cup 2015: James Ward and Dominic Inglot hold the key to Britain's hopes against the United States

If Andy Murray wins his two singles matches, Britain will need one more victory from the remaining three rubbers

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Davis Cup 2015: Andy Murray is hottest ticket in town for home tie against United States

The Glasgow clash will be the first time he has played in the elite World Group section of the competition on home soil

Andy Murray’s best days are still ahead of him, claims impressed Andre Agassi

Eight-time Grand Slam winner hails the Scot's recent form

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Argentina Open 2015: Landmark for Rafael Nadal as master of clay secures yet another title

The Spaniard's 46th clay-court title matches the Open era record held by Guillermo Vilas

Andy Murray and his brother Jamie Murray pictured last year

Davis Cup 2015: Murrays must click in Glasgow

Double jeopardy: the Murray brothers last played together two years ago

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Pliskova, 22, won her 18th match of the season

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Andy and Jamie set for vital Davis Cup doubles clash in Glasgow against Americans Bob and Mike Bryan

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