Murray practically wrote history with his amazing performance with the Britain team.
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Fast-forward to next July and picture the scene with great rivals Novak Djokovic of Serbia and Britain's Andy Murray going toe-to-toe in an amazingly thrilling Davis Cup quarterfinal.That scenario is unlikely to happen, however, because the packed ATP Tour and the Davis Cup schedule are often incompatible for the leading players and next year's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro will clutter their plans still further.Newly crowned champions Britain are on course for a clash with 2010 winners Serbia in next year's competition, but the chances are that neither Murray nor Djokovic will be involved, as it falls just after Wimbledon and with the Olympics looming.Murray has already indicated that next year's quarterfinal date would be "very tricky" and few would blame him if he prioritized his individual targets having invested so much energy into the cause this year.He said the International Tennis Federation, which runs the Davis Cup, and the ATP Tour, needs to co-operate more closely to ensure the big names play every year.
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