It's another sweet sunny morning here at Wimbledon, but there are dark metaphorical clouds overhead.
After John Lloyd's Faldoesque selection gamble in Saturday's doubles, GB needs wins in both singles matches today to keep its precious slot in the World group.
You'd hope that Andy Murray would repeat his US Open victory over Jurgen Melzer - but even if he does, Britain's hopes will then hang on the sloping shoulders of Alex Bogdanovic.
Am I alone in feeling a heavy sense of doom this bright morning? Can Boggo make a mockery of the doubters and his own woeful Wimbledon track record and take Alexander Peya apart this afternoon? Or will we have Davis Cup ties against Macedonia and Belarus to look forward to next year?