The Miami Open kicks off tomorrow in southern Florida with 27 of the Top 30 players in the WTA singles rankings appearing in the main draw.

Aryna Sabalenka leads the draw as the No.1 seed and has a first-round bye like all of the 32 seeds. She will meet either Irina-Camelia Begu of Romania or American wildcard Hailey Baptiste in the second round.

No.3 seed Anett Kontaveit heads up the second quarter and will face either Ann Li or Mayar Sherif in the second round.

Naomi Osaka will face Astra Sharma in the first round, with the winner to take on Angelique Kerber.

Canadian Leylah Fernandez will meet the winner of the all-Czech battle between Karolina Muchova and Tereza Martincova in the second round.

The third quarter features No.4 seed Maria Sakkari and No.5 seed Paula Badosa.

Badosa, who will meet either Laura Siegwmind of Germany or a qualifier in the second round, could meet No.12 seed Victoria Azarenka in the Round of 16 if she progresses and Sakkari is matched against either Beatriz Haddad Mia of Brazil or Nuria Parrizaz Diaz of Spain.

No.2 seed and Indian Wells winner Iga Swiatek has won her last 11 matches by winning in Doha and Indian Wells.

She will meet either Viktorija Golubic or a qualifier in the second round, and could possibly face No.14 seed and local hope Coco Gauff in the Round of 16.