Smith wants Davis Cup home tie
Great Britain's Davis Cup players are set to learn who they will face in their first game back in the elite group of world tennis next year.
A 4-1 win over Croatia at the weekend secured Britain's place in the World Group of the team competition for the first time since 2008.
The draw in London will determine the teams to face one another in the 2014 competition, with Britain set to face one of the top eight seeds - the Czech Republic, Serbia, Spain, Argentina, France, the United States, Canada or Kazakhstan.
Leon Smith's men benefited from being able to field an on-form Andy Murray at the weekend, with the world number three winning both his singles matches in straight sets as well as partnering Colin Fleming to doubles success.
Tougher tests await in 2014, but Murray revealed after Sunday's win that he is not going to worry too much about which country lies in wait next.
"I don't really mind (who we face next). There's certain teams you'd like to avoid but there's teams we'd have a good chance of winning against,'' he told BBC Radio 5 Live.
"I just want a home tie. To get back in the World Group, get a big arena and play against one of the top teams at home would be good."
Britain's last outing in the World Group in 2008 ended in defeats to Argentina and Austria, resulting in relegation to Europe Africa Zone Group I.
The British team are without a win at world level since defeating Spain back in March 1986.
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