Murray courts controversy by pulling out of Great Britain's Davis Cup tie in Argentina to protect his troublesome knee, leaving captain John Lloyd (top left) without his only world-class player.
But the British number one feels vindicated when he heads to Marseille the following week and wins the fifth title of his career.
Jamie Murray: "It's a shame that he decided that it was best for him not to come here. It kind of affects the way I feel about him. It's disappointing that he chose not to come.
"I think from what I've heard he hasn't actually said that he was injured, it was more of a preventative thing. If he really wanted to push himself, he really could have come here to play the tie."
Andy Murray: "I know it was the right decision and I think I proved it by winning the tournament."
February 29th ranking - 12
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