Andy Murray will play Juan Martin Del Potro first up in Great Britain’s Davis Cup semi-final against Argentina.
The British No 1 will be joined in the squad by Jamie Murray, Kyle Edmund and Dan Evans for the tie to be played in Glasgow from Friday to Sunday.
After Murray faces Del Potro in a rematch of the Olympic final, which the Brit won, Edmund will play Guido Pella.
The Murray brothers team up for doubles on Saturday against Federico Delbonis and Leonardo Mayer. Andy Murray then plays Pella on Sunday, before Edmund meets Del Potro.
Murray lost in the US Open quarter-finals after a successful summer that yielded Wimbledon and Olympic titles, but insists he has plenty more energy in the tank.
He said: “I took a few days off after New York, then came here and I’ve been practising since Sunday. I get a little break after I’m finished here so one more big push this weekend.
“We want to try to do it again this year if possible. It’s going to be hard but I want to win all the events I can. I want to try and finish the year as strong as possible.
It’s been the best year of my career so far and I hope I can keep it going.”
Croatia or France await Great Britain or Argentina in the Davis Cup final.