It’s a tough draw for the British number one. Murray will face Mikhail Kukushkin in the first round and either Robin Hasee or last year’s Halle finalist Alejandro Falla.
His route to R3 should be a cakewalk, then he may face Andreas Seppi, the Halle finalist this year, though looking at Murray’s form he should easily win this one too.
The trouble begins in R4 where he’s lined up to meet the Frenchman Tsonga, who can very well stretch the Scott to a five setter if not beat him. Murray can then face a Spaniard, Nadal or Ferrer which can prove to be a stern test.
Roger Federer would be waiting for him in the semi, a really tough match for Andy given the last time they met at the World Tour Finals, Murray could only manage to win a single game.
If at all he goes past Roger, he may face his nemesis Djokovic. Though Andy has vowed to break the Djoker jynx and is capable of doing so, it will be a really tall task for the Scott.