Nadal keen to play in Davis Cup
Nadal will not face Federer in February
Rafael Nadal has committed to playing in Spain's Davis Cup match against Switzerland next February.
Reports suggested the world number two may miss the first round tie in Geneva.
But Nadal said he was keen to play, adding: "It's going to be a difficult - Switzerland have a good team - but we will do our best."
Switzerland's world number one Roger Federer, who trails Nadal 6-2 in their head-to-head encounters, will not be playing in the match.
In recent years, Federer has allowed room in his schedule for one Davis Cup series per season and has twice missed the first round.
The hosts will be represented by Stanislas Wawrinka, Marco Chiudinelli, Yves Allegro, and Michael Lammer in the tie against the Spaniards.
Spain have a stronger team on paper, but Nadal said: "Every time you play away it is a lot more difficult than playing at home."