Andy Murray and Greg Rusedski will clash in a Scotland versus England challenge in Aberdeen in November.
The inaugural Aberdeen Cup will be played over 26-27 November and will take a Davis Cup-style format.
"To play for a Scotland team on my home turf against an England team containing the likes of Greg Rusedski is a great opportunity," said Murray.
Rusedski said: "There's always an extra edge when England face Scotland and I'm sure that this will be no exception."
Joining Murray in the Scotland line-up will be his older brother Jamie and current British number one Elena Baltacha, as well as a leading Scottish girl and boy from the Fred Perry Challenge. Invited to play alongside Rusedski for England are David Sherwood and British number three Katie O'Brien, as well as a leading English girl and boy.