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Britain's Davis Cup Final match against Belgium to be staged on clay in Ghent

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Andy Murray will lead Great Britain's bid for glory in Ghent after the Belgian city was announced as the venue for the 2015 Davis Cup final.

Britain, who have not won the competition since 1936, beat Australia in the semi-finals and will now compete against Belgium for the title at the Flanders Expo over November 27-29.

On Wednesday the International Tennis Federation confirmed that Tennis Vlaanderen had chosen the multi-use arena in Ghent, which features clay indoor courts.

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Tennis Vlaanderen president Dirk de Maeseneer said in a statement: "Ghent will fully support the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas Final.

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"As the third biggest city in Belgium, it has a lot of experience in hosting top international events, such as the Tour of Flanders, the arrival of the Tour de France in 2007 and the Gymnastics World Championships in 2001 and 2013."

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