Sheffield’s Jonny Marray is part of the Great Britain contingent that has travelled to Croatia for this weekend’s Davis Cup tie.
The winners of the match will be promoted to the World Group. Marray was left out of the original four-man team and will only be needed if Andy Murray decides he isn’t in the right physical shape to play singles and doubles.
Meanwhile at Graves Tennis Centre in Sheffield former Wimbledon and US Open junior finalist Liam Broady picked up his first Futures Tour title with a 6-2 6-1 victory over fellow British player Rob Carter on Saturday morning.
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