Andy Murray will not play against Spain on Saturday in the Davis Cup semi-final of Great Britain.
Captain Leon Smith is sticking with the team that beat Germany in Fridays quarter-final, together with number one Dan Evans and Kyle Edmund playing the singles matches.
Murray was not picked after being rested for Thursdays group win over Kazakhstan which reserved their place.
GB face Spain in Madrid.
Evans won his first match of the tournament on Friday, beating on Jan-Lennard Struff in the second singles rubber to seal the spot from the semi-finals of GB.
Smith said prior to the Germany tie whether to remember Murray are among hismore difficult decisions.
The Scot won his singles match in the group against the Netherlands but had looked sluggish because he laboured to some victory on world number 179 Tallon Griekspoor.
Murray admitted later that he was stilla couple of kilos heavier than hed have liked after gaining weight while taking off time with his newborn son and loved ones.
Fantastic Britains semi-final sees Edmund until Evans faces Rafael Nadal taking on telephone 34 Pablo Carreno Busta.
In the event the best-of-three tie belongs to a doubles rubber, Jamie Murray along with Neal Skupski will play Marcel Granollers along with Marc Lopez, though Nadal can replace Lopez as he did over Argentina.