Andy Murray has said that Bernard Tomic is a tough opponent ahead of their meeting in the second round of the Miami Masters tomorrow.
The Australian beat Frenchman Marc Gicquel in straight sets to set up a match with the US Open champion, who received a first-round bye.
The world number three told reporters: "I'll see, obviously, when I play against him. I haven't seen him play that much outside of Australia the last year or so.
"He's a very, very talented player. He makes it tough for everyone. He's got a very unorthodox game.
"I have trained in these conditions a lot. I find the conditions quite tricky in Indian Wells, they are extremely different from the conditions from here, where I train and practice."
Murray was the runner-up at the tournament last year, losing to Novak Djokovic in the final.