Rafael Nadal, the 13-time singles Grand Slam champion and World No. 2 Novak Djokovic are going to lead men’s singles field at the 2014 Sony Open Tennis this week, where 19 of top 20 players in the ATP Rankings are competing this week in Miami.
Rafael Nadal has been seeded at No. 1 followed by his rival Novak Djokovic at second seed at the 2014 Sony Open Tennis including BNP Paribas Open runner-up Roger Federer and defending Miami champion Andy Murray. Nadal has been working hard in training session in Indian Wells, before arriving in Miami this week.
Novak Djokovic the 26-year-old Serbian star is considered as hot favorite to clinch second ATP Masters crown this month in United States, while Roger Federer has been passing through amazing form from the beginning of the season. Great Britain star Andy Murray will defend Miami Masters this week, as he was struggling with his form in 2014. Murray needs to work hard to bounce back to old form and he is looking positive to defend the title.
Nadal is likely to play his opening round match against Netherlands Robin Haase or former World No. 1 Lleyton Hewitt in the Miami Masters. Spaniard will lead quarter of the draw, features 12th seed Milos Raonic and No. 19 Jerzy Janowicz.