Novak Djokovic Won His Third Masters

Posted on Nov 12 2013 - 12:16pm by Admin

Serbian Novak Djokovic, who wrote a masterful performance, won his third Masters by beating Spain’s Rafael Nadal, world number one, 6-3, 6-4 in the final in London on the evening of Monday, November 11.

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“What I remember first is that I managed to come back after two defeats harsh against Nadal in the semifinals of Roland Garros and the U.S. Open final, the Serbian décalrait. Our rivalry we allowed both to push our limits, we can see each other soon. He has made ​​great strides on hard. He became a more complete player. After the final of the U.S. Open, I had to understand what should be to fight again. Results show that with my team we worked well. Immediately after the final of the Davis Cup , I’ll still go play exhibitions in South Africa where I would find “Rafa”. I see more than my mother (laughs). After I’ll rest , I think I deserve it. ”

With this third title , after those of 2008 and 2012, the world number two equal Boris Becker and John McEnroe and reaches halfway six victories Roger Federer, who holds the record for victories in the Masters Tournament.Djokovic denies Nadal in passing his first Masters, the last major trophy still lacks. The Spaniard lost his second final in London, after the 2010 to Federer. If it fails to get an eleventh victory in 2013, Nadal, who has not won a tournament since the U.S. Open on September 9, retains his place as world number one after an extraordinary season.

That Djokovic is still not quite finished as it will try to bring to Serbia ‘s second Davis Cup the weekend when the next final against Czech Tomas Berdych. Meanwhile, he was full of confidence in winning the Masters for the second year in a row without losing a single match.

SEVENTH TITLE OF THE YEAR

Unbeaten since it lost the U.S. Open against Nadal final on September 9, he won Monday’s 22nd straight win, equaling his Spanish rival who succeeded as a series twice in 2013.It is a beautiful contrast to the Serb, also the final of the U.S. Open , also suffered a traumatic setback (9-7 in the fifth set) in the semifinals at Roland Garros against Nadal, “the roughest of the Year “by his own admission.

In London he made ​​his own coin on land that it is more favorable, beating Nadal for the 17th time in 39 games for his seventh title of the year.

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