London - Andy Murray and Great Britain's
successful Davis Cup team met British Prime Minister David Cameron during a
celebratory reception at Downing Street on Tuesday.
The team posed with the trophy alongside
Cameron outside the famous black door of the PM's residence at 10 Downing
Street in central London.
Cameron praised the team for their
"sensational win" over Belgium in Ghent on Sunday.
Inspired by Murray, who won two singles
matches and a doubles match alongside older brother Jamie, Britain claimed
their first Davis Cup since 1936.
But Andy Murray, the current world number
two, has expressed doubts about whether the victory will improve the fortunes
of British tennis.
"Sometimes I feel a bit like you waste
time because nothing ever gets done, so I also don't want to waste my time
talking about stuff," he was quoted as saying in several British
"I'd rather concentrate on my own
stuff and when I've finished playing, I'll have a lot more time to try and help
or give back to the game. But just now, I've just got to concentrate on trying
to win as much as possible."