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Andy Murray may play on all three days of Britain's Davis Cup World Group play-off away to Croatia next week after Leon Smith, the captain, named a four-man team which contains only one doubles specialist, Colin Fleming. Although Murray is an excellent doubles player, playing three best-of-five-set matches on successive days on clay, a surface which has aggravated his back problems in the past, could be a major challenge.

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