Men's Draw confirmed for 2023 US Open: Alcaraz opens against Koepfer, Djokovic to face Muller

The draw has been confirmed for the 2023 US Open on the men's side which will take place between August 28th - September 10th on the courts of Flushing Meadows.

Carlos Alcaraz starts against Dominik Koepfer as defending champion, while for Novak Djokovic, it will be Alexandre Muller as the rivalry continues into the US Open.

There is the possibility of Alcaraz v Sinner in the Quarter-Final. Daniil Medvedev is also in his half. Some of the top ties include Andy Murray v Corentin Moutet, Andrey Rublev faces Emil Ruusuvuori.

Stefanos Tsitsipas will take on Milos Raonic, while in an entertaining clash it will be Alexander Bublik v Dominic Thiem. Holger Rune who has suffered recently with illness and injury gets Roberto Carballes Baena as his first test.

Unseeded danger men in Jiri Lehecka and Aslan Karatsev await the winner of that tie, while in the Bublik clash, it could be Ben Shelton awaiting.

In the aforementioned Rublev tie, it could be Gael Monfils in the second round. Also lurking around there is Matteo Berrettini facing Ugo Humbert.

Alexander Zverev opens against Aleksandar Vukic with Daniel Altmaier next up if he wins or Constant Lestienne with Murray-Moutet or Molcan-Dimitrov also set in that section.

2023 US Open Men's Draw - compiled by DrawsTennis

Men's Draw confirmed for 2023 US Open: Alcaraz opens against Koepfer, Djokovic to face Muller

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