So, Easter weekend, it has been comfirmed, we're back at Breahead!
I'm delighted - but isn't this likely to cause a bit of controversy? It doesn't seem very fair to me that other venues aren't getting their share of DC ties, but, that said, I reckon they got plenty of that before Braehead came into existence!
People seem to be forgetting that GB number 3 Jamie Baker would probably have replaced Andy if he (Baker) wasn't recovering from injury.
I was aware of that, but, whilst I hope Jamie makes a quick and full recovery, he inadvertently did Evans a huge favour.
That's got to be a newspaper headline if ever I saw one!
Had a quick look online, but so far no newspaper has come up with that one - but then, these are the more "sedate" newspapers! This one from The Guardian, with the whole article -Superb Dan Evans leads Great Britain to thrilling Davis Cup win
Dan Evans produced one of the most extraordinary performances in Great Britain's recent Davis Cup history to beat Martin Klizan 6-1, 6-1, 4-6, 3-6, 6-3 and give Leon Smith's side a 3-2 victory over Slovakia at Glasgow's Braehead Arena.
The visitors were favourites going into the tie but Evans, ranked 276th in the world, got Britain off to a superb start by beating Lukas Lacko on Friday and looked set to seal the win in style when he raced through the first two sets.
But Klizan, the world No120, turned things completely on their head in sets three and four before Evans somehow found a way back in the decider, clinching victory after two hours and 53 minutes before being held aloft by a delighted British team.
Britain's hopes rested on the Birmingham player after James Ward's straight-sets defeat by Lacko earlier in the day, which had left the Europe/Africa Zone Group I tie level at 2-2.
The victory, Smith's fifth in a row since taking over the captaincy from John Lloyd two years ago, means Britain will play Belgium at Braehead in April for a place in the World Group play-offs.