Andy Murray says GB team feel 'comfortable' in Belgium amid terrorism threat ahead of Davis Cup final

Murray says the GB team feel 'very comfortable' in Belgium.

Andy Murray says Great Britain's tennis players feel "very comfortable" in Belgium as they prepare to play in Friday's Davis Cup final.

Belgium prime minister Charles Michel has said Brussels will remain on the highest alert level after it was raised on Saturday because of a "serious and imminent" threat of attack.

Murray and Great Britain take on Belgium, however in Ghent, 35 miles away from the capital city, and the former Wimbledon champion claims the team are happy with the safety measures in place.

Addressing a packed press conference on Tuesday afternoon, Murray said:

The Davis Cup final is set to go ahead as planned on Friday but additional safety precautions will be taken due to the high terror alert in Belgium.

An statement from the International Tennis Federation read: