VIDEO: Andy Murray Breaks Down In Tears After Securing Britain A Spot In The Davis Cup Semi-Finals

VIDEO: Andy Murray Breaks Down In Tears After Securing Britain A Spot In The Davis Cup Semi-Finals

It all got a bit too much for Andy Murray this afternoon after he sent Great Britain into the semi finals of the Davis Cup for the first time in 34 years at Queens Club in London.

The world No.3 and British No.1 produced a stunning comeback against France’s top seed Gilles Simon, battling back from a set and a break down to take the match 4-6 7-6 (7/5) 6-3 6-0 after three hours and 26 minutes, which gave his side an unassailable 3-1 advantage in the best of five ties.

However, although the occasion was a joyous one and Murray’s team mates celebrated their achievement, Murray broke down in tears just moments after his victory.

Having dug so deep, the Scot’s emotions got the better of him, just as they did in 2012, when he produced a lip-quivering interview after defeat to Roger Federer in the Wimbledon final.

Great Britain will be hopeful that their star man can regain his composure ahead of a mouth watering semi-final clash against Australia.

You can watch Andy’s emotional celebrations below:

[youtube id=”82SHdwi9rBA” align=”center” maxwidth=”680″]


More in Tennis

US Open Could Signal End of Big Three Domination

Jonny BoyleSeptember 10, 2020

Why Coco Gauff is Turning into the Story You Should Be Paying Attention to at Wimbledon

Daniel CawJuly 5, 2019

Serena Williams Says She’s ‘Definitely Available’ to Partner Andy Murray in Wimbledon’s Mixed Doubles

Daniel CawJune 30, 2019

Video: Federer, Djokovic & Nadal Pay Brilliant Tribute to Andy Murray After Australian Open Exit

Daniel CawJanuary 14, 2019

Wimbledon Chief Executive Confirms Plans to Build a Statue of Andy Murray

Daniel CawJanuary 13, 2019

Why You Can’t Look Past Serena Williams For US Open Glory Again

Daniel CawSeptember 3, 2018

Roger Federer Once Again Deserves Wimbledon Respect Despite Being a Year Older

Connor BoylanJuly 10, 2018

How Andy Murray Pulling Out Makes it Hard to Look Past Wimbledon Top Four

Connor BoylanJuly 3, 2018

Get Backing Dominic Thiem to Topple Rafa Nadal and Claim French Open Glory

Daniel CawJune 6, 2018