Davis Cup: Great Britain To Face Serbia On Outdoor Clay Court In Belgrade

Great Britain tennis team
The Great Britain team at Queens Club, London, July 19, 2015. Team GB, holder of the Davis Cup, is looking to defend its title against Serbia. Jordan Mansfield/Getty

Great Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final tie with Serbia will be played outside on clay and take place in Belgrade.

The matches, due to take place from July 15 to 17, will be held on the Tasmajdan Sports Centre's outdoor clay court in the Serbian capital.

It will be the second time that the two teams have met, following Serbia's 3-2 win in Glasgow, Scotland in 2006, when it was then Serbia & Montenegro.

The Tasmajdan, which holds 6,100 people, will see a home crowd looking to knock the defending champions out at the last-eight stage.

Great Britain won the 2015 Davis Cup on clay against Belgium but lost against Italy in 2014, which was its last tie played outdoors on clay.

The tie could see the world's top two ranked players, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, go head-to-head, should the duo feature.

Murray has confirmed he will play, subject to fitness, but whether Djokovic will participate remains unknown.