A semifinal run in Montreal would see Nadal supplant Murray atop the rankings.
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Nadal claimed his 10th French Open title this year but bowed out in the fourth round at Wimbledon – his fifth exit before the quarterfinals in his last five appearances at the All England Club.Roger Federer, who seized his 19th Grand Slam title at Wimbledon, is also slated to open Wednesday – a day after his 36th birthday.Federer, whose Canadian titles in 2004 and 2006 were won in Toronto, has won five tournaments this year, including the Australian Open prior to his Wimbledon triumph.Nadal and Federer haven't been the top two seeds in Canada since 2009, when Federer was No. 1 and Nadal the No. 2 – and both lost in the quarterfinals.
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