The world No 49 is appealing against a ruling that he cannot play for Britain because he has already represented Slovenia in the competition
Andy Murray plans to get some practise in on the surface before next month’s World Tour Finals in London
Murray said a major reason why he enjoyed a better clay-court season this year was because he had delayed his first competitive appearance
And GB will be at home for the 18th time in 25 ties when the nations meet next March
Even after the Davis Cup, the world number two will not stop
The British number one is not expected to play again this season
Britain are within one singles victory of returning to the Davis Cup’s elite World Group after Andy Murray and Colin Fleming put Leon Smith’s team into a 2-1 lead after the second day of their play-off against Croatia here yesterday. Murray, having recovered from a sore back, led the way with some brilliant all-court tennis as the Scottish pair beat Ivan Dodig and Mate Pavic 6-3 6-2 6-7 6-1.
British number one dropped just six games in straight sets win
Murray has spoken of his desire to inspire those coming through
Towering and popular Pole can claim national first in a male Slam by shooting down Murray
There will be no repeat of last summer's heroics for Jonny Marray, who last Wimbledon turned a wildcard entry into becoming the first Briton to win a mens' doubles title since 1936.
This competition is now closed.
The Aegon GB Davis Cup Team’s crucial World Group play-off match against Croatia will take place in picturesque Umag on the western coast of Croatia between 13-15 September. Courtesy of financial services company Aegon, we are offering one lucky winner a trip for two to watch this exciting Davis Cup tie by BNP Paribas with travel and accommodation.
While Russia will be the favourites in all four singles rubbers this weekend, Igor Kunitsyn and Victor Baluda would need to spring a major surprise to win tomorrow’s doubles.
Doubles player pores over videos of Davis Cup opponents, as Ward leads singles charge
British number one beats Andreas Seppi to advance
The British number one came through his match against Carlos Berlocq in Indian Wells despite his annoyance