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Updated at 4:53 pm on 11 August 2012
Defending champion Novak Djokovic, playing his second match in four hours, stormed into the semis of the Toronto tennis Masters while Canadian Milos Raonic failed to deliver a similar outcome for the home crowd.
Djokovic, who was among several players playing two matches to make up for yesterday's washout, defeated German Tommy Haas in 3 sets just hours after dispatching American Sam Querrey in straight sets in a contest interrupted by a three-hour rain delay.
The top-seeded Serbian will next face fifth-seeded compatriot Janko Tipsarevic.
Raonic, playing in his home tournament for the first time since breaking into the world's top 25, fell in straight sets to eighth-seed American John Isner, who earlier edged Germany's Philipp Kohlschreiber.
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