Davis Cup 2015: Andy Murray-inspired GB reach Davis Cup final

     Andy Murray savors his clinching victory for Great Britain in the Davis Cup semifinal against Australia in Glasgow.

    Story highlights

    • Great Britain reaches Davis Cup final
    • Andy Murray secures clinching win in Glasgow
    • First final for GB in 37 years
    • Will play Belgium who beat Argentina

    (CNN)An Andy Murray-inspired Great Britain reached the final of the Davis Cup for the first time since 1978 by clinching victory against Australia in their semifinal in Glasgow Sunday.

    Murray secured a three-set win over Bernard Tomic to give his team an unassailable 3-1 lead in the tie and earn a title match against Belgium, who later completed a 3-2 win over Argentina.
      His doubles victory with brother Jamie Saturday had proved the pivotal moment as they saw off Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Groth in a five set thriller.
      It had led to worries that Murray might be fatigued, but he comfortably beat Tomic 7-5 6-3 6-2 in one hour and 46 minutes.
      The victory completed a remarkable comeback for the GB team, which nearly dropped out of the European/African zone in 2010 but has since moved up to the World Group with growing success.