Great Britain's Davis Cup captain Leon Smith has claimed that preparation was vital to the team lifting the trophy in Belgium at the weekend.
While discussing the win on BBC Radio Five Live, Smith said: "The main thing that I tried to instil in the team was being as prepared as possible, and that comes in many guises - it's about the training, the scouting of opposition which then leads to having clear game plans and tactics.
"Someone like Andy is able to figure things out and react to any situation he's in, it's really incredible to watch. The whole journey in tennis is a lonely one, although they have coaches and physios on the road, it is down to them, they're playing for themselves.
"Andy has always enjoyed team competition, it's something he really enjoys because you're playing for the team, the country, and it really is a different feeling."
Murray won all of his 11 Davis Cup matches over the course of a year.