World number one Andy Murray avoids the majority of the sport's big names in the draw for the Indian Wells Masters.
has been drawn in the opposite half of the draw to Andy Murray , Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal at the Roger Federer Masters. Indian Wells
The 29-year-old is top seed for the first Masters Series event of the 2017 season and he appears to have been given a favourable draw in California, with his opening clash seeing him face
or a qualifier. Lu Yen-Hsun
The world number one still has the likes of
, Stanislas Wawrinka and Kei Nishikori in his side of the draw but he has avoided the possibility of having to face Nadal or Federer before the final. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Nick Kyrgios have also been placed in the same half as Djokovic, who is looking to defend his title. Juan Martin del Potro
will play Dan Evans in the first round, with the winner facing Nishikori, while Djokovic awaits the victor of the match between Dustin Brown and Kyle Edmund . Gastao Elias
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