Great Britain returned to the Davis Cup World Group on Sunday after they recorded a superb 4-1 victory over Croatia in Umag.
The triumph saw them return to the upper echelons of the competition for the first time since 2008, and it throws open the possibilities of some illustrious ties at the beginning of next year.
Leon Smith's side, which includes Andy Murray, Dan Evans, James Ward and Colin Fleming, could be paired with a Serbian side headed by Novak Djokovic or a strong Spanish contingent fronted by Rafael Nadal.
After the eight seeds were named yesterday, Great Britain are aware of their possible opponents, and whether they will contest a specific fixture in familiar surroundings or on their travels.
Below, Sports Mole provides you with all of Great Britain's potential ties ahead of the World Group draw, which takes place in London on Wednesday.
The most testing tie that Great Britain could face at home appears to be the Czech Republic, who reached the Davis Cup final at the weekend as they attempt to defend the trophy that they won in 2012.
Argentina could also be drawn to travel to Great Britain, and despite the possible inclusion of Juan Martin del Potro, Leon Smith could be secretly hoping to be drawn against the South Americans.
If Murray could take care of Del Potro and a second player, it would leave the match hinging on the doubles, which Great Britain would be favourites to win.
Kazakhstan could also lie ahead for the side, but the venue of that tie would be decided by drawing lots.
Due to the alternative venue system that the Davis Cup use, Leon Smith will already be aware that his team could be handed a brutal tie away from home.
They also possess a world-class doubles outfit, so being drawn with Spain would almost spell defeat before the match has even started.
Great Britain could also be forced to travel to Serbia to face Djokovic and Janko Tipsarevic.
Attempting to beat the world number one on his own turf would be a tough ask, even for Murray, while they are strengthened in the doubles by world number 12 Nenad Zimonjic.
There's also a 25% chance that Great Britain could be off to North America to face USA or Canada, and while Murray would be expected to register two wins in the singles, both teams will be favourites to win a potentially decisive match in the doubles.
Best possible draw: Argentina (h), Kazakhstan (lots)
Worst possible draw: Spain (a), Serbia (a)