Great Britain have been drawn to play Novak Djokovic’s Serbia in the Davis Cup quarter-finals at Malaga.
They secured their place in November’s knock-out stage by finishing top of qualifying Group B on Sunday night after their thrilling 2-1 win against France.
Defending champions Canada will face Finland, while the Czech Republic play Group B runners-up Australia and the Netherlands take on Italy.
The final eight nations will compete for the 2023 Davis Cup in Malaga, Spain from November 21-26, and Leon Smith’s side will face either Italy or Netherlands in the semi-finals should they defeat the Serbians, who could include world No 1 Djokovic in their ranks.
Evans and Skupski clinched a 1-6 7-6 (4) 7-6 (6) win in the deciding rubber after earlier 2-1 wins against both Australia and Switzerland.
Britain captain Leon Smith opted to play his highest-ranked duo Cameron Norrie and Evans in the singles matches against France.
Andy Murray and Jack Draper had featured against Switzerland and Australia respectively, while world No 3 in the doubles rankings Skupski completed the five-man line-up.
Credit: Sky Sports