• Talking to LTA about future a waste of time: Murray

    (Reuters) - Andy Murray, who put Britain on top of the tennis world with victory in the Davis Cup at the weekend, says he has given up talking to the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) about the future of the game back home as it is a waste of time. The 28-year-old inspired Britain to the Davis Cup…

  • Tennis-2016 Davis Cup enticing but timing tricky, says Murray

    By Martyn Herman LONDON, Dec 1 (Reuters) - Fast-forward to next July and picture the scene with great rivals Novak Djokovic of Serbia and Britain's Andy Murray going toe-to-toe in a thrilling Davis Cup quarter-final. Whoever prevailed would probably then be lining up a mouth-watering clash with…

  • Davis Cup triumph will fuel Australian Open bid-Murray

    By Martyn Herman GHENT, Belgium (Reuters) - Fresh from leading Britain to a long-awaited Davis Cup title Andy Murray is already looking ahead to adding more grand slam silverware to his collection next year. The 28-year-old played more than 100 matches this year and worked overtime against Belgium…

  • Murray wants Davis Cup triumph to inspire future generation

    After sealing Great Britain's first Davis Cup triumph in 79 years, Andy Murray hopes the victory acts as a catalyst for future success.

  • Britain's Davis Cup winners visit Downing Street

    Andy Murray and Great Britain's successful Davis Cup team met British Prime Minister David Cameron during a celebratory reception at Downing Street on Tuesday. Cameron praised the team for their "sensational win" over Belgium in Ghent on Sunday. Inspired by Murray, who won two singles matches and a…

  • Murray, Fury shortlisted for BBC Sports Personality award

    Davis Cup hero Andy Murray and newly crowned world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury have been named on the shortlist for the BBC's 2015 Sports Personality of the Year award. Murray led Great Britain to their first Davis Cup title since 1936 over the weekend, while English underdog Fury recorded a…

  • Britain reach summit on Murray's broad shoulders

    By Martyn Herman GHENT, Belgium (Reuters) - Incredibly, improbably, Britain will end the year as world champions of tennis after beating Belgium in the Davis Cup final, but that grand title rests squarely on the shoulders of one extraordinary player. The 115-year-old event is held up as the sport's…