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Andy Murray stretches for a forehand against Netherlands
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Andy Murray makes his 50th Davis Cup appearance for Great Britain


Andy Murray made his 50th Davis Cup appearance for Great Britain against Netherlands in the group stages of the 2022 Finals in Glasgow today - becoming the eighth Brit in history to reach a half century.

LTA Colour Holder No.256, Murray boasts an impressive 40-10 winning record at the Davis Cup with 31 singles and nine doubles victories. His 40 wins currently rank fourth of all-time for British players, level with Tim Henman - Fred Perry tops the list with 45.

Great Britain Davis Cup: Most matches played

Mike Sangster


Bobby Wilson


Tony Mottram


Tim Henman


Fred Perry


Jeremy Bates


John Lloyd


Andy Murray


Bunny Austin


Billy Knight


The former world No.1 made his Davis Cup debut in 2005 in a crucial match against Israel to progress to the World Group qualifiers. Murray was called up by captain Jeremy Bates at the age of 17, fresh off the back of winning the Junior US Open title, and joined forces with David Sherwood to clinch an important four-set win as the Brits beat Israel 3-2.

He then went on to make his singles debut in the World Group qualifier later that year, where he lost to a future rival in three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka.

His winning record for the Brits is legendary. Over the last 18 years, he has beaten some of the world’s biggest stars whilst representing his country, including Marin Cilic, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Kei Nishikori.

Over the years, Murray has been a part of some landmark wins and historic moments for the Brits – none more so than his legendary campaign in 2015.

Starting with their opening match in the World Group against the USA in Glasgow, through to the final in Ghent, Murray was unbeaten in 11 matches. It was only fitting that he would have the final say in Britain’s first Davis Cup title since 1936, with his famous backhand lob sealing a 6-3, 7-5, 6-3 win over David Goffin.

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