We all woke up on Sunday morning thinking that this could be a historic day for Great Britain with the team leading 2-1 Italy in the Davis Cup last eight.
We were all optimistic on Saturday night after we won the doubles to move ahead in Naples, but it was all a bit of a smokescreen in the end. Much of that down to the exceptional antics of Italian number one Fabio Fognini.
Fognini thought he could beat James Ward in his sleep and he seemed to drift in and out of the doubles on Saturday because I think he was preparing for Murray on Sunday.
He thought to himself: "Get me to Sunday, and let meRead More »from Fognini’s demolition of Murray was one of top five performances I have witnessed