Novak Djokovic says the Davis Cup knockout phase “has to travel” around the world as he prepares for Serbia’s quarter-final against Britain in Spain.
Since a revamp of the men’s team event in 2019, the final stages of the tournament have always been played in Spanish cities.
On Thursday Serbia play Britain in Malaga, where the semi-finals and final will be held at the weekend.
Eight nations have been competing in the week-long event, but Spain failed to qualify.
The Davis Cup, which started in 1900, used to be played in a home-and-away format, often creating a partisan atmosphere but regularly missing top players.