Davis Cup: Ottawa to host Canada v GB tie

Milos Raonic and Andy Murray
Murray (left) has won eight of his 11 matches against Milos Raonic (right)

Great Britain's Davis Cup first-round tie in Canada will be held in Ottawa's TD Place Arena from 3-5 February.

After winning the title for the first time since 1936 in November 2015, Great Britain's defence ended in semi-final defeat by Argentina in September.

Britain's Andy Murray could face world number three Milos Raonic in a repeat of his Wimbledon win earlier this year.

Defeat for Great Britain would mean they have to contest a play-off to remain in the elite-level World Group.

The match will be played on an indoor hard court with capacity expected to be about 8,000.

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