"It was an electric atmosphere" - Jack Sock on playing against Andy Murray during the USA-Great Britain Davis Cup tie

After USA's resounding victory against Great Britain in the Davis Cup Group D match late at night in Glasgow. Jack Sock described how "electric" it was to play against Andy Murray in his home country.

All the matches went down to the wire until the deciding set. USA began their campaign with Tommy Paul defeating Dan Evans 6-4 4-6 6-4. However, World No.8 Cameron Norrie rescued Great Britain by outclassing Taylor Fritz 2-6 7-6(2) 7-5.

Tied at 1-1, it all went down to the wire in a dramatic doubles match between USA's Rajeev Ram and Jack Sock vs Great Britain's Andy Murray and Joe Salisbury. The match had team players fuming at each other and both teams went blow for blow throughout the third set until Jack Sock fired some forehands to take the opening win for team USA in the Davis Cup, with the duo winning 5-7 6-4 7-5.

The British doubles team received a standing ovation from the fans in the stadium as they stepped in for the deciding rubber. Jack Sock expressed how it was an honor to play against the former World No.1 in his home country.

"We were playing against one of the biggest legends of the game, playing in his home country," said Sock. "It was an electric atmosphere, and we stuck it out and got the win."

This will mark the first victory since 1999 for the USA against Great Britain. They are currently at the top of their group, following an emphatic win over Kazakhstan on Thursday.

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