Davis Cup: Andy Murray not named in Great Britain team for semi-final
Andy Murray Won’t play against Spain on Saturday in Great Britain’s Davis Cup semi-final.
Captain Leon Smith is sticking with British number one Dan Evans and Kyle Edmund enjoying the singles matches, with the team which beat Germany in Friday’s quarter-final.
After being rested for the group of Thursday win over Kazakhstan which reserved their last-eight place murray wasn’t chosen against Germany.
GB confront Spain in Madrid.
Evans won his first game of the championship on Friday, beating Jan-Lennard Struff from the singles rubber to seal GB’s spot in the semi-finals.
Smith said prior to the Germany tie whether to recall Murray would be one of his”harder decisions”.
Since he laboured on Wednesday into some three-set victory over world amount 179 Tallon Griekspoor, the Scot won his singles match at the group against the Netherlands but’d seemed slow.
Murray admitted afterwards that he was “a couple of kilos” heavier than he’d have enjoyed after gaining weight while taking time off along with his newborn son and family.
Amazing Britain’s semi-final sees Edmund taking on telephone 34 Pablo Carreno Busta before Rafael Nadal is faced by Evans.
Neal Skupski along with Jamie Murray will play Marc Lopez and Marcel Granollers, because he did over Argentina, though Nadal can replace Lopez if the best-of-three tie goes to a crucial doubles rubber.