Murray, the world No. 2, is still officially listed in the British team for the Friday-Sunday tie on outdoor clay in Belgrade.
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The Davis Cup quarterfinals take place this weekend but are missing the superstar pulling power of Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray and potentially overshadowed by Rafael Nadal's last-ditch attempt to get to the Rio Olympics.World No. 1 Djokovic and newly crowned Wimbledon winner Murray had been expected to play in the quarterfinal between Serbia and defending champions Great Britain.In the absence of Djokovic and Serb No. 2 Viktor Troicki, world No. 81 Dusan Lajovic will lead 2010 champions Serbia.Juan Martin del Potro, the 2009 U.S. Open winner, is back in the Argentina squad after a four-year absence.Both sides boast two top-20 players – John Isner for the home side and former American Open champion Marin Cilic for 2005 champions Croatia.
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