Andy Murray reaches the top at Davis Cup

Andy Murray beat David Goffin (Belgium) and got the first Davis Cup for the UK since 1936.
Andy Murray defeated David Goffin by 6-3, 7-5 and 6-3 in two hours and 54 minutes and this is how the UK scored 1-3 over Belgium in the Davis final which was actually played in Belgium.
This is the tenth title the UK gets and the first one since 1936. In this way, the UK is the third country with the biggest amount of Davis Cups in the world. The UK is the third after the United States (32) and Australia (28).
Moreover, Murray became the fourth player to succeed in eleven matches in a row during the Davis Cup, the third one after American player John McEnroe (1982) and Swedish player Mats Wilander (1983) to score 8 victories and no defeats in singles during the Davis Cup.

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