Novak Djokovic will face Nick Kyrgios in a practice match ahead of the Australian Open.
Djokovic marked his return to Australia by beating Sebastian Korda to win his 92nd Tour-level title on Sunday in Adelaide.
Kyrgios, meanwhile, did not feature in the inaugural United Cup for Australia after withdrawing due to injury.
They will now meet in a practice match at Rod Laver Arena on Friday, ahead of the season's first grand slam.
Ticket proceeds will go to the Australian Tennis Foundation.
The duo have had a turbulent relationship in the past, though last year appeared to be on better terms.
Kyrgios came to Djokovic's defence when the Serbian was denied entry to Australia and subsequently deported ahead of the 2022 Australian Open due to his COVID-19 vaccination status.
Australia's policy on non-vaccinated individuals entering the country has now changed, and Djokovic had his three-year suspension from the nation revoked, allowing him to compete in Melbourne this year.
Krygios has a 2-1 record against Djokovic, though both of his wins came back in 2017.
They last met in the final of Wimbledon last year, with Djokovic coming out on top 4-6 6-3 6-4 7-6 (7-3).