The latter stages of the Davis Cup Finals, due to be played in November, will now be hosted by Malaga in Southern Spain, the organisers have announced.
Revamped in 2019, the 122-year-old competition remains in Spain following Madrid, who have hosted it for the past two editions.
The group phase will be played from 14-18 September in Bologna (Italy), Glasgow (Great Britain), Hamburg (Germany) and a fourth city which has yet to be announced.
The quarter-finals, semi-finals and final will all be in Málaga from 21-27 November on indoor hard courts.
The city will also host the final stages in 2023, the International Tennis Federation and organising group Kosmos Tennis revealed.
Málaga had been one of the cities chosen to host group matches this year but it will now be replaced after being selected for the Finals.
There had been speculation that Abu Dhabi would be the new host for the Davis Cup Finals but some players and team captains expressed concerns about that possibility and the travelling involved late in the season.