Zeeshan said that Indians would practice every day from April 1 from 3 pm to get used to conditions under lights.
It has been learnt that the AITA re-painted the centre court about 20 days ahead of the tie, resulting in the making the surface slower.
Misra, who is guiding the side for one last time, said maybe the occasion got to Malik.
India risk losing the Asia|Oceania Group I tie against Korea as the hosts conceded a 0-2 lead on opening day.
VM Ranjeet, Vijayant Malik and Purav Raja will make their Davis Cup debuts as India take on South Korea.
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