The Scot finished off the the tie to get Great Britain in the quarter finals of the competition…
Andy Murray beat John Isner 7-6 (7-4), 6-3, 7-6 (7-4) to beat the U.S.A. 3-1 in the Davis Cup and get Great Britain in to the quarter finals of the competition, reports the Daily Express.
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The American didn’t go down without a fight, and it took two tie breaks for the Scot to beat the big serving star.
This was Murray’s second victory of the rubber, but it was Jamie Ward’s win over the same player that really put the opposing team on the back foot.
The two time Grand Slam winner has been credited with being a massive help to his team and hugged every member of the squad after his victory.
After the match he said: “It feels great. This is a team effort and I think everyone agrees the team played their part. On behalf of all of the players I want to thank the crowd because it’s been one of the most special atmospheres I’ve ever played in.”