Andy Murray is to go head to head with David Nalbandian in Western & Southern Open.
British number one Andy Murray has been drawn to face David Nalbandian in the first match of the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati.
The 24-year-old, who crashed out of the Rogers Cup last week, will have once last chance of winning a tournament before travelling to New York for the US Open.
The Scot, who has faced Nalbandian four times competitively, has won the last two matches between the pair.
Meanwhile Novak Djokovic, who is entering the tournament on the back of his Rogers Cup victory, is seeded to face Roger Federer in the semi-finals.
The Swiss, who suffered a
shock defeat in Montreal last week, is up against Juan Martin Del Potro in his opening match.