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Andy Murray watches the deciding doubles match between Great Britain and the United States on Thursday at Qudos Bank Arena.

Murray Makes Banter-Filled ATP Cup Visit To Support Great Britain

Former World No. 1 in Sydney for the Sydney Tennis Classic

Team Great Britain is known for the banter amongst its players. It didn't take long for former World No. 1 Andy Murray to join the party on Thursday at the ATP Cup when he visited the group before Daniel Evans and Jamie Murray's deciding doubles victory against the United States.

Murray, who is in Sydney for next week's Sydney Tennis Classic, watched their win against Taylor Fritz and John Isner from the stands. But first, he stopped by his countrymen's team room and joked around with captain Liam Broady.

"See that leg? Your leg looks (bleep) mental," Murray said, referencing Broady's quadriceps.

"Mate, there's a (bleep) camera right there, stop swearing!" Broady replied.

"No sun, there's no sign of it," Murray continued.

"They're strong huh? Strong. See? See?" Broady said.

Although Great Britain won the tie to move to 2-1 in Group C, they will not advance to the ATP Cup semi-finals. Canada, which defeated Great Britain on Tuesday, will move on.

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