Thursday's action at the Cincinnati Masters sees Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic headlining the day's play.
Djokovic is gunning for his first Cincinnati title this week but having won the Rogers Cup title on Sunday night, it's been a tough transition for the Serb, going from rainy Toronto to the sweltering heat of Ohio.
“Sometimes it’s really hard to try to stay fit for every single tournament and try to perform your best,” Djokovic said. “I mean, in the last three, four weeks, I have changed three different cities, places, surfaces, conditions. I’m still trying to figure out where I am.”
He's got a tough third round encounter with Nikolay Davydenko tonight but the match being scheduled in the night session will help Djokovic. Davydenko has been on fire so far this week, blasting his way past Alexandr Dolgopolov and Florian Mayer but Djokovic beat him twice in straight sets on the North American hard courts last year.
And Murray goes for his fifth career win over Jeremy Chardy. The Frenchman has enjoyed a couple of impressive victories over Andy Roddick and Denis Istomin so far this week but he's never beaten Murray who looked in top form during his second round win over Sam Querrey.
And fifth seed Tomas Berdych faces Canadian hotshot Milos Raonic in one of the matches of the day.