Prime Minister David Cameron meets Britain’s successful Davis Cup team at Downing Street
Cameron meets Britain’s winning Davis Cup team
SHOWS: LONDON, ENGLAND, UK (DECEMBER 1, 2015) (UK POOL – ACCESS ALL)
1. ANDY MURRAY (BLUE JACKET, CENTRE), WALKING INTO 10 DOWNING STREET WITH JAMIE MURRAY (LEFT, BEIGE JACKET) AND DOMINIC INGLOT (BEARDED, RED SHIRT)
2. SCOTTISH FLAG
3. BRITISH PRIME MINISTER DAVID CAMERON WITH BRITAIN’S DAVIS CUP TEAM (FROM LEFT) ANDY MURRAY, JAMES WARD, DOMINIC INGLOT, COACH LEON SMITH, KYLE EDMUND AND JAMIE MURRAY (2 SHOTS)
STORY: Britain’s Davis Cup-winning team met Prime Minister David Cameron at 10 Downing Street in London on Tuesday (December 1).
Following the team’s 3-1 win over Belgium in Ghent on Sunday (November 29), the team of world number two Andy Murray, his brother Jamie, Kyle Edmund, coach Leon Smith and other team members Dominic Inglot and James Ward were greeted by the Prime Minister to celebrate Britain’s first Davis Cup title since 1936.
Andy Murray led from the front, successfully partnering Jamie in the doubles on Saturday (November 28) as well as winning his two singles matches including the match that sealed victory against world number 16 David Goffin on Sunday.