Result: Milos Raonic too good for Benjamin Becker

Milos Raonic has too much for Benjamin Becker in their fourth round match at the Miami Masters.

Milos Raonic has secured a place in the quarter-finals of the Miami Masters with a 6-3 6-4 straight-sets victory against Benjamin Becker.

The Canadian dominated from the start, using his big serve to prevent Becker from building any momentum.

After trading blows in the first set, Becker was broken to fall 5-3 behind, and Raonic then held and secured the set with his first set point.

In the second, Raonic was the first to break again, but Becker fought back with four break points in the next game. However, he was unable to take any of them and found himself 4-2 down.

Despite having two chances to wrap up the match at 5-3 on Becker's serve, Raonic was unable to find the finishing touch.

It mattered little, however, as he soon confirmed the win on his fourth match point at 5-4.

Canada's Milos Raonic plays a shot during his men's singles match against Romania's Victor Hanescu on day four of the 2014 Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on January 16, 2014
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