BBC Sport - Davis Cup tennis: Jamie Murray says Britain will fight for every point against France
'Underdogs' Britain will fight for every point - Murray
- From the section Tennis
Jamie Murray says Great Britain are underdogs in their Davis Cup tie with France, but that they will fight for every point. Murray, whose brother, world number one Andy, misses the match, will partner Dom Inglot in the doubles, while Kyle Edmund and Dan Evans face Lucas Pouille and Jeremy Chardy in the singles matches.
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