Representing Great Britain and its regal tennis roots has been a boost to Andy Murray's career. However, has it also been more of a burden? Murray completed a royal trifecta when he lead Great Britain to a Davis Cup win over Belgium this past Sunday. Show More Summary
GRAHAM SWANN: It's been a tumultuous few days for British tennis, with the high of an historic Davis Cup triumph giving way to debate raging over the future of the game on these shores.
While Great Britain's Davis Cup team were feted by the Prime Minister on Tuesday, the tennis bosses they criticised in the wake of their title triumph offered an olive branch.
Andy Murray had plenty of reasons to smile as he dined out with Great Britain's Davis Cup captain Leon Smith and team-mate Kyle Edmund on Monday evening.
The final 2015 ATP Rankings are out.
Juan Martin del Potro's rehab appears to be going well.
David Ferrer got married over the weekend.
MIKE DICKSON IN GHENT: Davis Cup stalwart James Ward has revealed the secret anguish that has contributed to a difficult second half of 2015 for him.
MIKE DICKSON IN GHENT: This being British tennis, it did not take long before the champagne was going flat, within 18 hours of the scenes that greeted the first Davis Cup triumph since 1936.
MIKE DICKSON: Andy Murray led Great Britain’s winning Davis Cup team once again on Monday — in launching a stinging critique of Lawn Tennis Association policies.
MARTIN SAMUEL IN GHENT: It had all started so well. There they were, all in a row, Great Britain’s victorious Davis Cup team. Officials of the Lawn Tennis Association looked proudly, paternally, on.
The British No 1 added the team title to his collection that includes Wimbledon, the US Open, and Olympic gold, and now wants to kick on and complete his set with the French and Australian titles.
Great Britain’s Davis Cup miracle was completed when Andy Murray ended a tough match over Belgium’s gritty, skilled David Goffin. The Scot released a backhand lob that floated like a dove, alighted into the corner of the ad court and...Show More Summary
Nerveless under the most extreme pressure, faultless when it mattered, Andy Murray’s elevation to the most exalted ranks of sporting legend deserves every accolade imaginable.
After Andy Murray almost single-handedly inspired Great Britain to a first Davis Cup victory for almost 80 years, stars from the world of sport and beyond took to social media to praise the win...
MIKE DICKSON: Andy Murray blocked out the deafening noise of a partisan crowd to add the Davis Cup title to a trophy cabinet that already includes Wimbledon and US Open replicas.
MIKE DICKSON IN GHENT: Andy Murray inspired Great Britain to an historic victory in the David Cup and later spoke of the moment as being even more poignant than winning Wimbledon.
MIKE DICKSON IN GHENT: To Andy Murray’s US Open, Wimbledon and Olympic titles add the Davis Cup. It belongs to the nation but there is no getting away from it being inspired by one man.
MARTIN SAMUEL IN GHENT: At a point when others may have faltered, or doubted, or been crushed by the sheer weight of a nation's expectation, Andy Murray rose to the occasion.
An emotional and exhausted Andy Murray described Great Britain's first Davis Cup win since 1936 as 'unbelievably tough' - while captain Leon Smith has lauded the Scot's efforts.