Andy Murray progressed to the semi-finals of the Rogers Cup on Friday night with a rain-delayed 6-4 6-4 triumph over defending champion Jo-WIlfried Tsonga in Montreal.
The second-seeded Scot broke the Tsonga serve once in each set to emerge victorious in a match which finished at around 0130 local time.
Murray will meet Kei Nishikori in the last four after the Japanese fourth seed ousted Rafael Nadal 6-2 6-4.
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James Ward was unable to give Great Britain a winning start in their Davis Cup quarter-final against France as he was beaten in straight sets by Gilles Simon.
Ward's surprise victory over John Isner was instrumental to Britain beating the United States in March but the 28-year-old was unable to repeat his heroics against Simon, who cruised to a 6-4 6-4 6-1 win.
Australian tennis player Bernard Tomis has apolgised after he was arrested in Miami on Wednesday.
The 22-year-old was charged with "resisting an officer without violence" after police were called to his suite at the W South Beach Hotel due to a noise complaint, and with trespass after refusing to leave the premises.
A post on the official Twitter account of Miami Beach Police confirmed: "due to the multiple Australian media inquiries #BernardTomic was arrested on 7/15/2015 at the #WHotel".
Speaking about the incident to CBS4 News in Miami, Tomic - ranked 25th in the world - said: "It was definitely my fault.
"I was asleep on several occasions when they complained at first, but you know, it was just a noise complaint.
"I'm sorry for the police and the disturbance I caused. I'm just happy I got out and no one got hurt."
Roger Federer has won the first set of his semi-final against Andy Murray, breaking the Scot in his final service match to take it 7-5.
Both players held serve faultlessly in a match brimming with quality in front of a packed Centre Court until Murray served to stay in the set at 5-6.
A magnificent single-handed backhand from Federer gave the Swiss legend hope of breaking, and when Murray planted a shot into the net, he was two points away from clinching the first set.
Federer pounced on Murray's second serve to win two set points, and eventually made the second of those count. The British number one has a mountain to climb if he wants to make Sunday's final.
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Novak Djokovic is two sets up in his Wimbledon semi-final against Richard Gasquet after taking the second 6-4.
The World number one carried on where he left off in the first, breaking his French opponent at the first opportunity, and serving out to put one foot in Sunday's final.