Belgium's David Goffin plays a return as he takes part in a practice session for the Davis Cup Final between Belgium and Britain, in Ghent, Belgium, Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
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If Belgium are to win the Davis Cup final for the first time this week then baby-faced David Goffin will have to come of age.The 24-year-old world No. 16 has climbed the rankings quickly in the past 18 months but he has yet to experience a actual career-changing moment.The outcome of his clash against world number two Andy Murray could go a long way to deciding which nation will be celebrating.That is why he is quick to discount a 6-1, 6-0, thrashing at the hands of Murray at the Paris Masters three weeks ago.At the 2012 French Open, Goffin, who could have been mistaken for a player in the junior event, reached the last 16 where he had Roger Federer in trouble before losing in four sets.
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