ANDY MURRAY will make his Grand Slam Comeback against Australian James Duckworth in the US Open first round next month.
World No1 Rafa Nadal takes on fellow Spaniard David Ferrer, while Swiss superstar Roger Federer and Wimbledon champion face a potential quarter-final clash.
Murray — the world No378 — has been out of Grand Slam action for more than 13 months since injuring his hip at Wimbledon in 2017.
If the 2012 US Open champion progresses, he could face the dangerous Juan Martin del Porto from Argentina in the third round.
Murray lost to Frenchman Lucas Pouille in the first round of the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati earlier this month.
And the Scot, 31, will be determined to show he has more in the tank at Flushing Meadows.
British No1 Kyle Edmund faces Italy's Paolo Lorenzi while Cameron Norrie meets Australia's Jordan Thompson.
Jo Konta, who has had an inconsistent season, has a tough opening clash against the French sixth seed Caroline Garcia.
Heather Watson, Katie Swan and Liam Broady are all trying to secure first-round places via qualifying for the event at Flushing Meadows which starts on Monday.
Serena Williams faces Poland's Magda Linette and could face her sister Venus in the third round.