The U.S. Open announced its seeds on Tuesday, with the whole field seeded according to ranking. There were no surprises on the men’s singles side as all 32 seeds were seeded by ranking when the U.S. Open tournament committee released its men’s singles seeds on Tuesday. See all 32 seeded men's singles player below:

Defending champion and World No.1 Rafael Nadal is the top seed while five-time champion and World No.2 Roger Federer seeded second. 2009 champion Juan Martin del Potro is seeded third and Alexander Zverev is seeded four.

Two-time champion Novak Djokovic is seeded sixth and will be drawn to face one of the top four seeds in the quarterfinals.

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Djokovic’s placement won’t be the only big mystery to be revealed at the U.S. Open draw ceremony on Thursday at 2 P.M.—fans are also eager to know where wild card Stan Wawrinka and unseeded Andy Murray will be placed in the draw. Both players could potentially end up facing a top seed in the first or second round.