The tennis player Johanna Konta, number one of the British team, will not be present in the tie that Great Britain will play from April 16 to 17 against Mexico in the Billie Jean King Cup playoffs.
The team that wins will enter the qualifying playoffs to play the final phase of the tournament, that since 2020 has a new format in a single venue, in the style of the Davis Cup, although it has not yet been released due to the covid.
British Captain Anne Keothavong has chosen Jodie Burrage, Katie Boulter, Heather Watson, Katie Swan and Harriet Dart for the confrontation with the Mexican team.
Konta will not participate in the tie for take more time to prepare for the transition from hard court to clay.
The crossing will be held at the National Tennis Center in London, on a concrete track 'indoor'.
SIt will be the second time in history that Mexico and Great Britain meet, after having done it in the World Group of the Federation Cup in 1973 with a victory for the British.