Britain's number 1 Andy Murray will be looking to bounce back from his disapointment in Australia and perform will in the ATP 500 event in Dubai this week.
Murray reached the final of the Australian Open for the 1st time in his career but was thrashed in straight sets by the world number 1 Roger Federer 6-3 6-4 7-6.
Murray has not played on the tour since that defeat however he will be hoping for a good showing this week in Dubai.
Murray was on course to meet Federer in the Semi Finals in Dubai but Federer pulled out on the eve of the championships with a lung infection.
The Scot reached the Quarter Finals last year but had to withdraw from his Quarter Final match with Richard Gasquet due to a virus.
World Number 2 Novak Djokovic is the defending champion in Dubai and he will be hoping to defend a title in his career for the 1st time.