Missing the World Tour Finals would oblige Murray to forego prize money as well as 1,500 ATP ranking points. (AP Photo/Scott Heppell)
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Andy Murray has said that he may decide to skip this year's World Tour Finals in order to prepare for Great Britain's Davis Cup final against Belgium in November. Murray inspired Britain to victory over Australia in the Davis Cup semifinals, securing their first appearance in a final since 1978 with a straight-sets defeat of Bernard Tomic in Glasgow Sunday.Belgium are expected to stage the final on clay and with the hard court World Tour Finals not due to finish until the week before, Murray is thinking about sitting out the prestigious event at London's O2 Arena.Missing the World Tour Finals would oblige Murray to forego prize money ranging from 300,000 pounds ($465,800) to 1.25 million pounds, as well as 1,500 ATP ranking points.Murray is now looking to become only the fourth player ever to win the Davis Cup, Olympic gold and multiple Grand Slams.
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