The "BNP Paribas Open" in Indian Wells and the "Miami Open" in Miami will not take place at this time due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus and the safety of the participants and attendees at the event.
The main singles draw for the last Grand Slam tournament in 2019 has been made on Thursday. No.1 seed and defending champion will open campaign in his 14th US Open appearance against Roberto Caraballes Baena from Spain (ATP #76).
Novak is no.1 seed and has a first round BYE. He will open his title defence campaign against Sam Querrey (USA, ATP #45). The Serbian star claimed the historic crown in 2018 to become the first singles player to achieve Career Golden Masters.
Top seed Novak has a first round BYE. He will play against world no.81 Bernard Tomic of Australia (5-0 H2H record) in R2. The Serbian star has been victorious in Miami on six occasions (2007, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015 and 2016). He is tied with Andre Agassi for the most triumphs
The first ATP Masters 1000 tournament of the season will be played from March 7 to March 17 in Indian Wells. In the first event after winning his seventh Australian Open title, the Serbian star will open campaign in R2 against Bjorn Fratangelo (USA, ATP #128)
After missing last year's US Open due to elbow injury, Novak returned to Arthur Ashe Stadium for the first time since finishing runner-up to Stan Wawrinka in 2016 final. The sixth seed survived a gruelling fitness test under the scorching New York sun to progress into the second round
Two-time US Open champion and reigning Wimbledon titlist participated in the 23rd Annual Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day, packed with entertainment and fun for all ages.