Great Britain to face Canada in first round of 2017 Davis Cup

Britain's Andy Murray (C) celebrates with teammates after winning his tennis match against Belgium's David Goffin to win the Davis Cup final between Belgium and Britain at Flanders Expo in Ghent on November 29, 2015
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Great Britain are drawn away to Canada in the first round of the 2017 Davis Cup.

Great Britain have drawn Canada away in the first round of the 2017 Davis Cup.

Leon Smith's team failed to defend their title this season as they were recently beaten 3-2 by Argentina in the semi-finals.

From February 3 to 5, Great Britain will kick off their new campaign in the World Group by travelling to Canada, where Andy Murray could go up against Milos Raonic.

Murray defeated the 25-year-old to win his second Wimbledon title at the All England Club earlier this summer.

Britain, who won their first Davis Cup crown in 79 years in 2015, have played Canada in the competition once before in 1967.

Captain of Great Britain Leon Smith celebrates after the win between Jamie Murray and Andy Murray of Great Britain against Nicolas Mahut and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France during Day Two of the World Group Quarter Final Davis Cup match between Great Britain
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