Murray's Ready to Join the Fray

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Murray's Ready to Join the Fray


Byline: By Phil Casey

Greg Rusedski told British fans what they wanted to hear after the spoils were shared on the opening day of the Davis Cup clash with Serbia and Montenegro.

Rusedski defeated Janko Tipsarevic in the opening singles rubber but Arvind Parmar went down in straight sets to Novak Djokovic to leave the Euro-Africa Zone tie level at 1-1.

British number one Andy Murray was left out as he continued his recovery from a bacterial infection, but Rusedski promised the Glasgow crowd they would see the young Scot in action in today's vital doubles.

"Andy looks fine. He's smiling, he's happy, he's the same as he always is," said Rusedski, who is scheduled to partner Murray against Nenad Zimonjic and Ilia Bozoljac.

"He's been playing a little bit of football in the locker room, he's eating his junk food like normal so he's very happy. I think you'll be happy to see him on Saturday."

Rusedski had earlier made hard work of putting the home side 1-0 ahead at the Braehead Arena.

The British number two comfortably won the first set but lost the second on a tie-break and was made to battle for more than three hours before finally securing a 6-3 6-7 7-5 7-5 victory.

"I was really pleased with the way I played today," he said, after claiming only his fourth win of the year. "Even though I lost the second set I felt I played the better tennis and had all the opportunities. In the third set I really concentrated on not dropping my serve and I just managed to lift my game at the end of the third and fourth sets which was the key to the match. …

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