Andy Murray has been seeded fourth for next week's US Open, where the Briton will be looking to secure his maiden grand slam title.
The 23-year-old, who is currently without a coach after parting company with Miles Maclagan last month, has been in good form of late, beating Roger Federer in the final of the Toronto Masters and reaching the quarter-finals in Cincinnati last week.
World number one Rafael Nadal will be the top seed as the Spaniard looks to win the only grand slam title to have eluded him so far, while five-time champion Federer is the second seed.
Novak Djokovic is seeded third while Andy Roddick, the ninth seed, is the top ranked home hope.
The women's seedings will be announced tomorrow with the singles draws set to take place on Thursday.