Andy Murray wants to continue representing Great Britain in the Davis Cup regardless of the outcome of the Scottish referendum.
The 27-year-old alluded to his support for Scottish independence on Wednesday when he posted on Twitter: "Huge day for Scotland today! No campaign negativity last few days totally swayed my view on it. Excited to see the outcome. Let's do this!"
Britain learned on Thursday that they will meet United States in the World Group first round for the second year running in the 2015 Davis Cup.
That tie is set to take place in March and two-time grand slam winner Murray confirmed he intends to participate for Britain irrespective of the result of the referendum.
"I will be playing for Great Britain in the Davis Cup next year, that is for sure, I will be there in March," he told The Daily Mail.
"As far as I'm concerned the vote doesn't change anything in that regard."