Tennis - Great Britain v Japan - Davis Cup World Group First Round - Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham - 2/3/16. Great Britain's Andy Murray and Jamie Murray during practice. Action Images via Reuters / Andrew Boyers
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Andy Murray remains committed to playing a full part in Great Britain's Davis Cup defense despite the prospect of a packed schedule hampering the world number two's chances of leading the side to a repeat triumph.Murray was instrumental in ending Britain's 79-year wait for the title that culminated with victory over Belgium in Ghent last November and he will be back on court for a first round tie against Japan in Birmingham Friday.Should his side advance past the Kei Nishikori-led Japan, Murray has pledged to play in a potential quarter-final against either Serbia or Kazakhstan that falls between Wimbledon and the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
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