Andy Murray will be look to bounce back from a shock Indian Wells defeat at this week's Miami Masters.
Murray used to rule supreme at this time of the year, reaching the Miami semi-finals back in 2007 and winning the title in 2009. However over the past couple of seasons, this time of the year has been a serious flop for the Brit.
He crashed out in round two to Mardy Fish in 2010 before a rather more inexplicable 6-1, 7-5 defeat at the same stage to Alex Bogomolov Jnr last year. And following a second round exit to Guillermo Garcia-Lopez in Indian Wells, Murray's fans won't be holding out much hope for him here.
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Unlike 2010 and 2011, Murray's game is in the right place as he travels to Miami. He won the Brisbane title in January, enjoyed another sterling Aussie Open run before beating Novak Djokovic to reach last month's Dubai final.
And crucially Ivan Lendl will be with him in Miami. Murray is likely to be far more focused under the watchful eye of his coach and at his best he can beat anyone in this draw.