Great Britain and their history in the Davis Cup

The 2017 Davis Cup final will be competed between France and Belgium in Lille at the end of the month.

Both nations surprised a few by reaching the final, though aided by injuries to a number of top stars.

One of those was Great Britain’s Andy Murray who is still on the sidelines and hoping to be back in action in time for January’s Australian Open.

Two years ago the former world number 1 was instrumental in Great Britain winning their first Davis Cup since 1936.
Great Britain beat Belgium 3-1 in the 2015 final over in Ghent where Murray was involved in all of their victories.

Kyle Edmund had lost the opening match in four sets to David Goffin before Murray took to court in beating Ruben Bemelmans 6-2 6-3 7-5.

Andy Murray then teamed up with brother Jamie for a key doubles match for both nations in which the Brits came through in four sets against Steve Darcis and David Goffin.

Britain’s number one then saw off David Goffin in straight sets to clinch the Davis Cup on day three.

24 months later and David Goffin is now the world number 8 leading his team into the final versus France on 24 November. Belgium are this time the heavy underdogs but if you fancy them to upset Yannick Noah’s side you can currently find tennis odds of 5.0

Back to Great Britain and their 2015 success. It was the 10th and latest occasion they have won the international tennis tournament. Their success is highlighted below in the infographic from Betfair:


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