Murray ready to go

Murray ready to go

Andy Murray is eyeing one more big effort this weekend as he looks to guide Great Britain into the final of the Davis Cup.

The world number two's incredible summer finally caught up with him at the US Open when he lost to Japan's Kei Nishikori in the quarter-finals.

With Novak Djokovic not at his best, a second Flushing Meadows title was up for grabs for the Scot but he came up short with little left in the tank.

Having reached the final of the French Open, the British number one claimed another Queen's Club crown before taking Wimbledon for a second time and securing back-to-back Olympic gold medals in Rio.

He looked exhausted during his New York defeat but is now back in Glasgow and ready to face Argentina over three days, starting on Friday.

The British number one will have a strong team around him, with brother Jamie set to play in the doubles, while Kyle Edmund and Dan Evans appear to have taken their games to a new level and are vying for the second singles spot.

It has been a gruelling few months for Murray but the three-time Grand Slam winner is ready to summon up all of his energy for the clash with the South Americans.

"I took a few days off after New York, then came here and I've been practising since Sunday. I get a little break after I'm finished here so one more big push this weekend," he said.

"We want to try to do it again this year if possible. It's going to be hard but I want to win all the events I can. I want to try and finish the year as strong as possible.

"It's been the best year of my career so far and I hope I can keep it going."