Nice Britain’s Harriet Dart defeated Maddison Inglis in straight units to seal the staff’s tie win over Australia on the United Cup.
Wins on day one for Cameron Norrie and Katie Swan meant Britain have been already 2-0 up over their group opponents.
Inglis was a late call-up for the match after Ajla Tomljanovic withdrew with a knee harm.
Dart’s 6-4, 6-4 win on Friday meant Britain have been victorious with two matches to spare.
Dan Evans misplaced to Jason Kubler 6-3 7-6 (7-3) and Dart and Jonny O’Mara have been defeated 7-6 (7-4), 6-4 by Sam Stosur and John Friends in a doubles match.
Nice Britain will now put together to face their different group opponents Spain, with the primary match being contested between Norrie and Rafael Nadal on Saturday.
Swan will tackle Nuria Parrizas-Diaz on the identical day.
The inaugural mixed-team match entails six round-robin teams of three groups.
Nice Britain, Spain and Australia are competing for an opportunity to play both america, Germany or the Czech Republic in a play-off to achieve the semi-finals.
In the meantime Nick Kyrgios has accused Australia co-captain Lleyton Hewitt of “throwing him underneath the bus”.
Kyrgios withdrew from the United Cup blended groups match with the intention to be in good condition for the Australian Open and his co-captain’s public response annoyed the 27-year-old.
Hewitt stated he was unaware of Kyrgios’ withdrawal and was annoyed on the lack of communication.
After Tomljanovic withdrew from her match in opposition to Dart, Kyrgios tweeted to query whether or not she would obtain the identical therapy.
“Mmm I ponder if Sam Stosur [Australia’s co-captain] will throw her underneath the bus like our captain did for me… ‘arduous to organize when you do not know what is going on on’,” he wrote.