Andy Murray brings Britain hope

Andy Murray brings Britain hope

Andy Murray is Britain’s top tennis player. He is recognized for having won some of the biggest titles in tennis, including a gold medal at US Olympic Games, sealing a huge victory over the USA.

This time, after beating John Isner, declaring Britain’s victor over the US, he’s waiting for the home quarterfinal match against France on July 17-19. All that, having the British public starting to believe in their hero. Many words have been spoken about him, since Britain hasn’t been in a quarterfinal for almost two decades. “When you have Andy Murray, you have a chance.”The Americans left the city devastated and ashamed of their performance. Bob and Mike Bryan kept the US team alive but eventually Isner thoughtfully took all the blame and credit for the American’s failure.

Therefore, the US team will need to win in September in order to keep their place in the top ten. Britain’s following the same path to victory as in 2014. Even though it has been topped by Italy, this time Britain is finally at home. Smith keeps the hope alive by his response “We still have a lot to do, but we are getting closer”.

“Especially when we were behind in the matches, nobody gave up, everyone played every point very hard. We deserved to win. It’s a big win.” Murray said. There’s no wonder Andy Murray has been the center of attention for the whole week, since he now represents Britain’s new “hope” for the so wanted Davis cup.

 

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