Great Britain have been drawn to face Australia, France and Switzerland in the group stage of the Davis Cup final in September.
They will play their Group B matches at the AO Arena in Manchester from September 12-17.
Four groups will take place that week across Europe, with Valencia, Bologna and an unnamed Croatian city also hosting this phase of the tournament.
The top two from each group will advance to November’s final in Malaga.
Australians Alex de Minaur and Nick Kyrgios could play against Great Britain, as well as Swiss Stan Wawrinka.
Cameron Norrie sealed GB’s place in the group stage with a 3-1 win over Colombia last month.
Meanwhile, Spain and Serbia will meet in Group C, which will be held in Valencia.
This will increase the possibility of 22-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal of Spain and current world number one Carlos Alcaraz taking on Novak Djokovic, who has won the same number of majors as Nadal.
Glasgow hosted one of the group stages of the Davis Cup Final last year, as well as the Billie Jean King Cup Final – the women’s equivalent.
But defeats in Scotland to the United States and the Netherlands saw Britain fall short.
Canada beat Australia in the final to claim a memorable first Davis Cup title.
|Group A: Bologna, Italy||Group B: Manchester, United Kingdom||Group C: Valencia, Spain||Group D: Croatia (city to be confirmed)|
|Sweden||France||Czech Republic||UNITED STATES|
|Chile||Swiss||Republic of Korea||Finland|
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