John Peers and Matt Ebden are both in the United Arab Emirates for the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships this week as Team Emageo talent take the court around the world.
Peers and Michael Venus are set to get their tournament under way on Monday night as they take on French pair Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Benoit Paire on court 1 for a place in the quarterfinals.
Ebden and Leander Paes have been handed a wildcard for the tournament after a memorable run together in India in recent weeks.
Ebden and Paes are set to take on No.2 seeds Ivan Dodig (Croatia) and Filip Polasek (Slovakia) on Tuesday.
After playing in Canada last week, Andrew Harris will contest the Columbus Challenger in Ohio.
Harris is the No.11 seed and has been granted a bye through to the last 32 where he will await the winner of John McNally and Roberto Quiroz, who will play Monday night.
Harris will also team with Marc Polmans in the doubles. The Australian pair will take on Boris Arias and Sekou Bangoura in the opening round on Tuesday.
Fresh from her second WTA doubles title, Storm Sanders is in action in Acapulco.
Sanders and Ellen Perez are the No.3 seeds in the doubles draw and are set to take on Chinese pair Wang Yafan and Zhu Lin on Wednesday.