Novak Djokovic goes for his second Masters title of the year when he takes on France's Richard Gasquet in today's Toronto Masters final.
Djokovic won the Rogers Cup last year and while the likes of Andy Murray and Roger Federer were never really going to commit to this event straight after the Olympics, the Serb star has been determined to defend his title all week long.
He's dropped just the single set this week, against Tommy Haas in the quarters and he made light of a very difficult semi-final clash with Janko Tipsarevic, easing through that match 6-4, 6-1 in front of a sparse crowd.
Djokovic's last title came at the Miami Masters back in April where he beat Andy Murray in the final. He'll be hoping to break a three match losing streak in finals, having lost to Rafael Nadal in Monte Carlo, Rome and at the French Open.
Gasquet is competing in his second Toronto final (his first was back in 2006) and he's been brilliant all week, successfully diffusing the giant serve of John Isner, 7-6, 6-3 in the last four.
“Richard has been playing well this week… He wants to step into the court tomorrow and have nothing to lose and is motivated and wants to win. I expect a tough match,” Djokovic said.
Djokovic leads 6-1 on the head-to-head, beating Gasquet 7-5, 6-3 in Miami earlier this year.