Great Scot! Thanks to Andy Murray, Great Britain’s long wait to clinch its first Davis Cup title since 1936 has ended. The Scottish tennis great’s 3-1 victory capped his team’s three days of play at the Flanders Expo, where he helped win 11 of their 12 points. Murray, No. 2 in the world, said it was probably the “most emotional” victory of his illustrious career, which includes two Grand Slams. While his focus now turns to January’s Australian Open, his countrymen are undoubtedly anticipating 2016’s title defense.