Andy Murray will not play for Leon Smith's Great Britain Davis Cup team this weekend
The 2015 Davis Cup champions face Canada, who are without world No 4 Milos Raonic, in the first round of the world group.
Andy Murray was left out of the squad last week but theoretically could have been added up to yesterday.
However, captain Leon Smith has confirmed that the world No 1 will continue his period of rest after the Australian Open.
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"It's the right thing for him to do what he's doing, stay at home, get some rest," said Smith.
Dan Evans, Kyle Edmund, Jamie Murray and Dom Inglot have instead been named in the four-man squad who will begin the 2017 campaign at 8pm GMT on Friday night.
"We've got so much confidence in what they can do," Smith added.
Great Britain and Andy Murray lifted the Davis Cup at the end of 2015 in Belgium
"We all miss Andy because he is such a great influence on the team both on and off the court.
"Like we saw last year [when he came to watch the match against Serbia], he puts a lot of interest and care into this team."
The two nations have met once before – in 1967 – when Team GB won 4-1 at home.
In more recent years, Canada were beaten in the semi-finals back in 2012 but were forced to overcome Chile in a relegation play-off last time around.
“We know the challenge the Canadian team poses – they have vast experience in singles and doubles but we also have a strong team with proven track record in Davis Cup," Smith said.
"This should make for a really competitive tie.
"As always our players and team will give their best efforts in representing their country.”