Dan Evans is surprisingly named as the fourth and final member of Great Britain's Davis Cup team for this weekend's semi-final against Australia.
Great Britain's quartet of players for the upcoming Davis Cup semi-final against Australia in Glasgow has been completed by world number 300 Dan Evans.
Evans takes the second singles berth alongside star man Andy Murray ahead of higher-ranked duo Kyle Edmund (100th in the world) and James Ward (141st).
Ward had played in recent rounds to help GB to the semis, while Edmund is the highest-ranked of the trio and was declared fit by captain Leon Smith after suffering an ankle injury in the build-up.
Evans and Murray are joined in the team by doubles specialists Dom Inglot and Jamie Murray, Andy's brother.
The three-day contest begins with a singles tie between Andy Murray and Thanasi Kokkinakis on Friday afternoon.