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Murray defends commitment to Britain

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(AP) -- Andy Murray has represented British teams since he was 12 and was playing for the country when he won Olympic gold at the 2012 London Games.

Yet, he has found himself having to defend his commitment to the British cause ahead of this week's Davis Cup match against the United States in Glasgow.

The former Wimbledon and U.S. Open champion will be playing for Britain for the first time since he sent a Twitter post in support of Scottish independence on the day of the historic vote in his native country in September. The union remains, but some aren't letting Murray forget about his opinion.


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