Rafael Nadal (2) vs. Ryan Harrison – Harrison has had some tough draws.
Jan-Lennard Struff vs. Guillaume Rufin
Rhyne Williams vs. Nikolay Davydenko – Davydenko has been playing better recently.
David Ferrer (4) vs. Nuick Kyrgios – I would not say upset alert, but Ferrer has not seemed like himself as of late.
Kenny De Schepper vs. Bradley Klahn
Stephane Robert vs. Albano Olivetti
Albert Ramos vs. Bernard Tomic – This could easily go the other way, but Tomic did play well at Wimbledon so maybe he brings it again in NY.
Dmitry Tursunov (32) vs. Aljaz Bedene – He had a good Cincinnati and that might carry over for one or two rounds here.
Rogerio Dutra da Silva vs. Vasek Pospisil – The Canadian is making noise.
Roger Federer (7) vs. Grega Zemlja – Roger rolls
Roberto Bautista-Agut vs. Thomaz Bellucci -Bellucci has yet to become what I was hoping for him to be, but he is still pretty young and has a lot of talent.
Robin Haase vs. Frank Dancevic
Andrey Kuznetsov vs. Dudi Sela
Janko Tipsarevic (18) vs. Pablo Cuevas – Janko seems to be in free fall.
Mikhail Kukushkin vs. Andrej Martin
Fernando Verdasco (27) vs. Ivan Dodig – Hot sauce could set up a fun match with Rafa in the 3rd round.
Kei Nishikori (11) vs. Daniel Evans
Feliciano Lopez (23) vs. Florent Serra – A 50-50 match
Santiago Giraldo vs. Carlos Berlocq
Richard Gasquet (8) vs. Michael Russell – An upset would not shock me here, but I think in 3 out of 5 sets that Gasquet either wins quickly or figures Russell out over time.
Ernests Gulbis (30) vs. Andreas Haider-Maurer – Gulbis has a decent draw.
Tommy Robredo (19) vs. Marinko Matosevic – The other Tommy making a comeback has done quite well this year.