Andy Murray, through his official Instagram account, helped promote the Davis Cup ticketing for the upcoming semi-final tie between Great Britain and Spain. Murray said everyone who wanted to go watch the matches live on Saturday can do as they will help: "We will try to sort out as many tickets as possible for anyone who wants to come [and] support," he wrote.
The British captain Leon Smith said: "I don't know how many Brits are in Madrid. There could be quite a few. If we do have an allocation that isn't sold out, then obviously we'd like as many people to come and watch.
One, for the atmosphere; and two, to keep supporting the event." Dan Evans spoke about the progress he made throughout the week: "I was just saying the last two days for me after losing was pretty tough. Yeah. So, you know, with Andy not playing and Kyle doing a great job at No.
1, it made it way easier for me to be in such a tight situation, and they were all behind me on the bench. You know, for everyone who's helped us to all get on the court, it was so good to just get the win for them, you know.
It means just as much for the guys who aren't on court as the guys on the court to win. Yeah, everything was, I don't know what happened. I just let go and it felt amazing to get through that match. So, you know, to get us into the semis."