Garden date for Murray, Djokovic
Andy Murray will play Novak Djokovic in a New York exhibition match as part of the World Tennis Day celebrations in March.
The pair, who met in last year's US Open final won by Murray, will go head-to-head at Madison Square Garden on March 3 in a best-of-three-sets contest.
On the same night, the Bryan twins, Bob and Mike, will take on another set of brothers - John and Patrick McEnroe.
Speaking when the event was launched on Monday, Murray said: "I'm excited about coming to the Garden next year. Ivan (Lendl, his coach) has told me plenty of stories about matches and other events that have taken place there.
"There is so much history attached to the venue and it should be a great night for both Novak and me."
Djokovic, who also lost to Murray in last month's Wimbledon final, added: "I am looking forward to coming to Madison Square Garden.
"I have heard nothing but great things about this event and it should be a big night for tennis in New York, one of my favourite places to play."
Tickets for the BNP Paribas Showdown, which has been taking place at Madison Square Garden for several years, will go on sale on November 4.
Earlier this year, Rafael Nadal and Juan Martin Del Potro starred in the event, as did Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka.
The event is the centrepiece of the International Tennis Federation's World Tennis Day which first took place this year. It was set up to encourage participation and promote the sport across the globe.