Davis Cup: Great Britain to face Serbia on clay in Belgrade

Murray's GB team began their defence with a win over Japan
Andy Murray led GB to victory over Belgium in last year's final

Great Britain will continue the defence of their Davis Cup title by facing Novak Djokovic's Serbia team on clay at the Tasmajdan Stadium in Belgrade.

The quarter-final tie takes place outdoors from 15-17 July.

"Now we know the surface and venue, our preparations can go to the next level," said GB captain Leon Smith.

Serbia, winners in 2010, beat a GB side containing Andy Murray the last time they met in 2006, with Djokovic winning both his singles rubbers in a 3-2 win.

GB began this season's campaign with a 3-1 victory over Japan in Birmingham, while Serbia defeated Kazakhstan 3-2.

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