Novak Djokovic of Serbia accepts the trophy after defeating Kei Nishikori of Japan to win the Rogers Cup in Toronto, Canada July 31, 2016. / AFP / KEVIN VAN PAASSEN
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Minutes after completing a 6-3, 7-5 ATP Toronto Masters final win over Kei Nishikori Sunday for his 66th career title, Novak Djokovic had already shifted his focus to the Rio Olympics.The world No. 1, who claimed his fourth Canadian title with a command performance over Asia's top player lasting less than 90 minutes, will waste no time in heading south to Brazil for the weekend start of the Summer Games.Djokovic lifted his game in Canada as the week progressed, sweeping to the title without the loss of a set and dispatching challenges from Gael Monfils in the semis followed by Japan's Nishikori.Djokovic won his seventh trophy this season.
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