Tennis - We're still in this, warns Aussie captain Masur

Britain's Andy Murray (R) and Jamie Murray celebrate victory in the Davis Cup Doubles match between against Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Groth of Australia in Glasgow, Scotland on September 19, 2015. Andy and Jamie Murray moved Great Britain to the verge of a first Davis Cup final since 1978 after defeating Australia's Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Groth in an epic doubles clash in their semi-final on Saturday. AFP PHOTO / IAN MACNICOL (AFP Photo/Ian MacNicol)

- Wally Masur insists Australia's Davis Cup hopes are still alive after Andy and Jamie Murray defeated Lleyton Hewitt and Samuel Groth in an epic doubles battle to move Great Britain 2-1 ahead in their semi-final. World number three Andy and his older brother Jamie recovered from a set down to secure a thrilling 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 6-7 (6/8), 6-4 victory in a four-hour match. But Australian captain Masur has belief his side can still clinch a first final berth since 2006. "Obviously that was tough to take but we're still in this," Masur said. "We just lost by a set in the best of a five set match so we're still in it up to our ears." Andy Murray can clinch the tie if he beats Bernard Tomic in the first of Sunday's final two singles matches.