World number two Andy Murray will put his friendship with Davis Cup team-mate Kyle Edmund aside when he aims to secure a place in the last four of the China Open.
Kyle Edmund could do little to combat the big hitting of Stan Wawrinka as the Brit bowed out in the second round of the Shanghai Rolex Masters in a 6-3,6-4 defeat against the world number three.
Andy Murray-led Great Britain are aiming to win the Davis Cup for the first time since 1936, as they take on Belgium. Kyle Edmund and James Ward are both in contention for the second singles place
Top seed Andy Murray set up an all-British quarter-final against Kyle Edmund at the China Open after he saw off Andrey Kuznetsov 6-2 6-1 in Beijing, where there was also progress for Johanna Konta.
Andy Murray headlines a group of five players, which includes Kyle Edmund, Dan Evans, Jamie Murray and Dominic Inglot. The squad will be cut to four for next Thursday's draw ahead of the tie in Belgrade.