Djokovic is still in high spirits after winning Wimbledon. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
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Newlywed Novak Djokovic will try to give himself more reason to celebrate this week as he returns to the hardcourts of North America at the ATP Masters at Toronto with the U.S. Open on the horizon. The No. 1-ranked Serb, who has lifted the trophy three times in the tournament that alternates between Toronto and Montreal, is seeking another strong run to further separate himself atop the rankings from injured world No. 2 Rafael Nadal. Roger Federer, who won Canada in 2004 and 2006, is seeded second in his quest for a third title of 2014 .He'll be returning to action for the first time since falling to Djokovic in a five-set final at Wimbledon. Canadian Milos Raonic is seeded sixth, and his home fans will be expecting great things after his runner-up finish to Nadal last year and his first Grand Slam semifinal appearance at Wimbledon.
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