Andy Murray has described reaching the semi-final stage of the Davis Cup as a "great achievement" for Great Britain.
However, in his weekly column for BBC Sport, the Scotsman said: "You can't win the Davis Cup on your own and reaching the semi-finals has been a real team effort. When you consider it's been 34 years since Britain has got this far, beating a team as strong as France to reach the semis is a great achievement for everybody involved.
"Roger Federer is one of the best players to ever play the game, and it took him until last year to win the Davis Cup. He might not have played at every opportunity, but he needed Stan Wawrinka to step up his game over the last couple of years to help him get there.
"I think our rise through the different Davis Cup zones has been the quickest by any team but our success has still been built over a few years, and I don't think anyone in the British team has crumbled. Everyone has produced when it matters."
Britain will now face Australia on home soil in September for a place in the final.