Britain’s Andy Murray said he felt “a bit emotional” over the idea he may have made his last appearance in the Davis Cup but the three-time Grand Slam champion and hopes to be selected again.
Murray defeated Kazakhstan’s Dmitry Popko 6-3 6-4 in yesterday’s dead rubber following Britain’s losses to the United States and the Netherlands.
The 35-year-old led Britain to their first Davis Cup title for 79 years in 2015, but has struggled to regain top form since undergoing two hip surgeries and is currently ranked 43rd in the world.
Murray said he felt emotional in the final moments of the game in front of his home crowd in Glasgow.
The former world No 1 said getting the opportunity to play for Britain again would be difficult due to the competition for places in the team.