Murray looking to progress
Andy Murray is looking to build on his good showing in Toronto when he takes on Sam Querrey at the Cincinnati Masters today.
The British number one was granted a first-round bye and he will start his latest campain against the American which is ranked 46 in the world around 5.30pm (BST).
Murray tasted victory against Novak Djokovic for the first time last week and then put up a good showing against the in-form Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals.
Both those opponents find themselves in the opposite half of the draw here but Murray knows that there are tough tests in his half.
Top seed and defending champion Roger Federer, survived a second round scare to progress, and is in Murray's half, as is Richard Gasquet, who is a potential third-round opponent.
Despite Murray having a knee scare during his Toronto semi-final against Nadal, he is hoping for another big showing this week on the American hard courts.
"This is my favourite surface," he said. "I feel I play consistently well on it, and my results in the bigger tournaments would suggest that."