The Miami Open is one of the biggest spring tournaments in the tennis calendar.
Both the ATP and WTA tours convene in the USA for this high-profile hard court event.
Miami ha produced some incredible moments down the years and some unlikely champions.
And with players experiencing varied form and injury set-backs already this term, a few more shocks could be on the horizon.
The tournament begins on Monday, March 19, with both the men’s and women’s draws set to get underway.
Here’s all you need to know about the Miami Open draw.
When is the Miami Open draw?
The WTA and ATP draws are split over two days.
The WTA draw will take place at 6pm local time on Sunday March 18, so around 10pm in the UK.
The men’s draw takes place on Monday March 19.
Is Roger Federer playing in the Miami Open?
Yes. Roger Federer is the top seed for the tournament and is expected to play.
He competes in the Indian Wells final against Juan Martin del Potro on Sunday, so expect him to have a few days off before his first match in Miami.
Federer, as top seed, will earn a bye in the first round. Marin Cilic is the second seed.
Will Rafael Nadal play at the Miami Open?
No. Rafael Nadal has confirmed he will not compete at the Miami Open this year.
Nadal has not played since exiting the Australian Open with a hip injury.
The Spaniard has also had to withdraw from the Acapulco Open and Indian Wells.
He is targeting a return for the clay court season this summer.
Why is Maria Sharapova out of the Miami Open?
Maria Sharapova will not play in the Miami Open because of injury.
The Russian has a forearm complaint and made the decision on Friday to pull out of the tournament.
She has been replaced by American Jennifer Brady.
Serena Williams and Simona Halep headline the WTA draw, which takes place at 10pm UK time tonight.