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Davis Cup 2016


Topgun Pilot
Feb 18, 2004
Off to a good start this weekend. Well done the team. I couldn't watch the last two sets of the match yesterday because I took my son to his tennis lesson, and then had one myself straight after, but from what I could see (the match was on in the club house) Murray looked out of it in the fourth set. When my son (who hung around during my lesson) told me he was 5-2 up in the fifth I was extremely surprise.

One gripe I had, however, was with the interview after the match where they said to Andy that Dan Evans would be very relieved. Am I the only one that sees that as a bit of an insult to Dan? How do they know he wasn't relishing the opportunity to play the fifth rubber? The only way he could be relieved is if he didn't think he could win, and by saying that the interviewer (Annabel Croft I believe) obviously didn't think he could.