Croatia will host Argentina its first-ever home Davis Cup final in November but faces problems with a venue, the 24Sata daily reported Monday.
The 2005 Cup winners have two arenas with the required 12,000-plus capacity, one in Zagreb and the other in Split. Both are, however, booked at the time of the November 25-27 tie.
The Zagreb Arena hosts a Marvel Universe Live event, while the Spaladium in Split is the venue for a major concert.
Croatia's tennis organization now needs to either make room at one of the two big arenas or secure permission from the ITF to hold the final at a smaller venue, as Slovakia did in 2005 against Croatia.
In this case, the 7,000-seat arena in Zadar, where Croatia beat France in the semi-finals, is a possible option, 24Sata said.