We'd love home tie, says Murray

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The Independent Online

Judy Murray said she hoped to capitalise on Britain's Fed Cup weekend by drawing a home tie for the first time in 19 years. Murray's team, of Elena Baltacha, Anne Keothavong, Heather Watson and Laura Robson, beat Austria 2-0 on Saturday to secure a World Group II play-off. They could face the United States in April.

"We would love to get a home tie so we can experience that type of atmosphere that the guys get in Davis Cup," Murray said. "It would be a great showcase for the British women and a chance to get more girls into our sport.

"We had so much fun, everyone was really pulling for each other on and off the court."