Andy Murray defeated Bernard Tomic in Glasgow on Sunday to secure Great Britain’s place in the Davis Cup final later this year.
Although the Brit struggled at times, he was always in control of the match and sparked jubilant scenes as Tomic sent his return wide on match point.
Having broken through the Australian’s resistance, Murray wasted little time to make the match safe and breezed through the second and third sets to complete a 7-5, 6-2, 6-2 win.
With Tomic wilting, the world number three took full advantage to drive home his dominance and seal GB’s place in the final for the first time since they finished as runners-up in 1978.
Sunday’s win came after a dramatic and sensational win from Murray along with his brother, Jamie, after they defeated Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Groth in the doubles.
If Belgium defeat Argentina, then Murray and Co will travel for the final, but if the Argentinians defeat the Belgians, with whom they are currently locked at 2-2, then the matches will take place in the UK.