World number two Andy Murray said he was "very proud" on Monday (November 30) after he sealed Britain's first Davis Cup title for 79 years with a brilliant 6-3 7-5 6-3 defeat of Belgium's David Goffin in a fever-pitch atmosphere at Ghent's Flanders Expo on Sunday (November 29). Murray was forced to play some of his best tennis against an opponent who refused to buckle, but he would not be denied as he led his country to a first title since 1936.
"Why should we suppose it was going to be easy?," asks the naturalist and legendary broadcaster. "But it can be done," he tells Christiane Amanpour.
Kobe Bryant is calling it quits after a tremendous 20-year career in which he won championships, gold medals and MVPs, but it's ending on a sour note.