Great Britain have fielded an unchanged squad for November’s Davis Cup quarter-final tie against Serbia in Malaga.
Cameron Norrie, Dan Evans, Andy Murray and Jack Draper beat Australia, Switzerland and France in Manchester last month to qualify.
Doubles specialist Neal Skupski also reappears with the quartet, who are all ranked in the world’s top 100 singles players.
Novak Djokovic will feature for Serbia in the match on November 23.
“We will go to Malaga with confidence and belief that we can be successful,” said captain Leon Smith, whose side are ranked two places higher than their opponents in the last eight.
“The quarter-finals versus Serbia will of course be a big challenge with a team led by world number one Novak Djokovic but we have to be confident we can win.”
Evans and world doubles number four Skupski remain captain Leon Smith’s preferred doubles partner.
The winner of this match will advance to the semifinals on Saturday, November 25.
GB last lifted the Davis Cup in 2015, when Murray was part of the team that triumphed over Belgium in the final.