Andy Murray explains why he is concerned about DC amid proposed move to Abu Dhabi

Andy Murray revealed about being “concerned” about the Davis Cup. The ITF made major modifications to the Davis Cup structure a few years ago, and the ITF has faced a lot of backlash from former and current players since then.

Murray was consulted about the proposed Davis Cup Finals move to Abu Dhabi, which he won in 2015. Murray did not compete in the Davis Cup Finals this year.

“I am concerned about the Davis Cup,” Murray told Eurosport.

“I’ve obviously played here in Abu Dhabi and there are a lot of expats and stuff, and I feel like when I played here, my matches have always been well-attended and supported. It’s been really good. “But I also experienced (the Davis Cup Finals) in Spain, which is a country that loves tennis.

I played the Davis Cup there a couple of years ago, we played against the Dutch, and we played against Kazakhstan and it was by far the worst atmosphere that I’ve played in the Davis Cup.”

Andy Murray explained what the biggest issue is

“I think it (having the crowd behind the home team) was the thing that made the Davis Cup standout for the players and everything and it was good for the sport,” Murray said.

“It’s not to say that you couldn’t host it here and have very good crowds, I’m not saying the stands will be empty. But it’s just not the same when you don’t have that partisan crowd. “So year, i worry a bit for the Davis Cup and for me it’s not about that being in Abu Dhabi.

“It was a problem when it was in Spain too. I’m just sceptical about enough tennis fans travelling so like, if Spain were playing Russia in the final here, would you get enough Spanish fans travelling and enough Russian fans travelling to make it here? So I think that that’s the concern for me.”