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Live Reporting

By Emma Sanders

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    We're finishing up here now but that doubles match will be taking place and you can read up on it in our match report which will be updated later on the website.

    Tune in again tomorrow from 16:30 GMT as we'll be bringing live text commentary on the decisive rubbers.

    If Britain win tomorrow's tie with Hungary, they will top Group A and qualify for Saturday's play-off to see who can reach the World Group II play-offs.

  2. 'An opportunity to showcase tennis'

    Former British Fed Cup captain Judy Murray speaking to BT Sport: "I brought Katie [Swan] into the squad in 2016 to sort of blood her in and she did amazing.

    "So it didn't surprise me at all how well Katie did when she came in to play the doubles yesterday.

    "To come here and have a home tie is just the most incredible thing. It's a wonderful opportunity for us to showcase tennis - and women's tennis in particular.

    "This is quite a brutal format. Four players might seem like a lot but it's not really. You have to manage the team."

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  3. Post update

    Poor Maria Sakkari has to go and get ready for the doubles match! She will partner up with Despina Papamichail to take on Britain's Harriet Dart and Katie Swan.

  4. 'I had to dig deep and make it a battle'

    Konta 4-6 6-2 6-3 Sakkari

    Johanna Konta speaking to BT Sport's Clare Balding, is asked how tough she thought that match was: "I don't think you have to ask! (She laughs for quite a while!) It was a great match and consistently on her behalf.

    "I had to work very hard to bring my level up because she raised her level and was playing far better than me. I had to really dig deep and make it a battle.

    "I'm just so happy I was able to use your support once again. It's hard to explain what it feels like to be in front of all your support.

    "It's quite special. I don't think I will experience anything like it again in my life."

    She waves to Mum and Dad. "I gave them a big sweaty hug afterwards so they're probably drenched in my sweat but that's okay! I am really happy they were able to be here. I'm sorry about their nerves. I hope they still have finger nails.

    "No tennis player can hope for a better environment to play in."

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  5. Post update

    Tom Garry

    BBC Sport at the University of Bath

    Guts, quality and passion - Johanna Konta has made this home crowd very happy tonight. That's a superb performance from a set down.

  6. Game, set and match

    Konta 4-6 6-2 6-3 Sakkari

    Sakkari's backhand falls into the net and Konta has done it! What a win, what a battle. Enormous victory for Great Britain. That's five from five.

  7. Second match point

    *Konta 4-6 6-2 5-3 Sakkari

    Sakkari should have break point but she messes up an overhead volley. Her coach can't believe it!

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    *Konta 4-6 6-2 5-3 Sakkari

    Konta has to defend in a lengthy rally and Sakkari eventually gets her reward with a crunching backhand winner. She screams with determination afterwards! Deuce...

  9. Match point

    *Konta 4-6 6-2 5-3 Sakkari

    Konta thinks the ball is in again but it looked wide. Sakkari then sends a backhand long and Anne Keothavong is on her feet trying to pump Konta up.

    And Konta responds by winning a sublime point - finishing it off with an angled forehand into the open court. 30-30.

    Sakkari's backhand then flies long... match point!!!!

  10. Konta breaks

    *Konta 4-6 6-2 5-3 Sakkari

    Sakkari double-faults! Wow! Konta has the break and will now serve for match.

  11. Three break points

    Konta 4-6 6-2 4-3 Sakkari*

    Konta wins a rally by attacking Sakkari's forehand and the Greek feels the pressure when she fires another forehand long.

    Three break points arrive when Sakkari's backhand slumps into the net. The crowd are on their feet!

  12. Post update

    Tom Garry

    BBC Sport at the University of Bath

    That's a big hold for the world number 39 and these home fans know it! They're up on their feet again.

    A chorus of 'I believe that we will win' breaks out around the centre court.

  13. Konta holds

    Konta 4-6 6-2 4-3 Sakkari*

    Sakkari gets a forehand all wrong to give Konta the advantage and the Greek miscues another one as Konta gets the hold.

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    *Konta 4-6 6-2 3-3 Sakkari

    Konta saves the break point with a solid first serve and gets advantage with a backhand slam at the net.

    The Brit then hooks a forehand well wide and we're back to deuce.

  15. Break point

    *Konta 4-6 6-2 3-3 Sakkari

    The Greek brings up break point as a return, which falls to Konta's feet, is too hard to pick up.

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    *Konta 4-6 6-2 3-3 Sakkari

    Konta's backhand falls long and she slumps the next one into the net when the court is open. A ripple of nervousness falls around the crowd while Konta changes her wrist band...

    But she fires a backhand into the corner which Sakkari can't return and the Greek pushes her next forehand long. 30-30.

  17. Sakkari holds

    *Konta 4-6 6-2 3-3 Sakkari

    An ace from the Greek. She fist pumps and roars with delight. Deuce.

    Konta then miscues a high forehand and Sakkari holds when the Brit fires long.

  18. Break point

    Konta 4-6 6-2 3-2 Sakkari*

    Konta wins a superb rally with some excellent groundstrokes. The crowd enjoyed that! Sakkari then messes up a volley at the net and there's more cheers. The Greek doesn't like it and sarcastically applauds the Bath arena...

    Her drop shot then catches Konta out but the Brit grabs a break point when Sakkari double-faults.

  19. Post update

    Come on Jo!

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  20. Konta holds

    Konta 4-6 6-2 3-2 Sakkari*

    Another ace from Konta. Nice. And she holds when Sakkari's backhand hits the cords!

    Big, big hold.