Andy Murray says he hopes to “nonetheless be chosen for the Davis Cup sooner or later” after he helped Nice Britain to a 2-1 victory over Kazakhstan.
The Scot beat Dmitry Popko 6-3 6-4 in GB’s comfort tie after earlier losses to the USA and the Netherlands.
Cameron Norrie misplaced 4-6 3-6 to Alexander Bublik afterward Sunday.
However Joe Salisbury and Neal Skupski defeated Bublik and Aleksandr Nedovyesov 7-6 (7-2) 6-7 (Sept. 11) 7-6 (7-4) within the decider in Glasgow.
The deciding matched stopped shortly earlier than 20:00 BST as gamers, coaches and supporters noticed a minute’s silence to pay respect to Queen Elizabeth II.
Murray, who impressed GB to the Davis Cup title in 2015, mentioned: “I like taking part in Davis Cup. It is totally different to something we expertise taking part in on the tour.”
Requested whether or not he thought this might be his final Davis Cup match in Glasgow, Murray mentioned: “I solely considered it at about 5-2 immediately within the second set.
“I misplaced my focus a bit and felt slightly bit emotional about that.
“Possibly that is the final time I play right here or get to play for Britain in entrance of a crowd like that.
“If it’s the final time, it has been superb what they’ve achieved for our crew.”
After lacking out on this 12 months’s knockout stage, GB at the moment are more likely to be in qualifying motion early subsequent 12 months.
‘If chosen, I am going to positively be concerned’
Murray was returning to Davis Cup motion for the primary time since 2019.
Towards the USA the 35-year-old, alongside US Open winner Salisbury, misplaced a decisive doubles encounter at 00:58 BST on Thursday.
The pair slid to a 7-6 (7-0) 6-7 (6-8) 6-3 loss to the Netherlands’ Wesley Koolhof and Matwe Middelkoop on Friday.
In his solely singles match, towards world quantity 162 Popko, three-time Grand Slam winner Murray recovered from an early break to cruise to victory.
“Hopefully we get one other alternative to play right here sooner or later,” he mentioned.
“If I am chosen, I am going to positively, positively be concerned.
“Shifting forwards, it is clearly not going to be simple with the gamers that we now have. Somebody like Jack Draper is bettering on a regular basis.
“Then clearly I do not know which manner the captain will go along with the doubles after the outcomes right here.”