Djokovic celebrates sixth victory, Federer record equalized

Novak Djokovic wins the season-ending tournament of the ATP tour for the sixth time: The Serb beat Casper Ruud in straight sets in the final.

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the essentials in brief

  • Novak Djokovic wins the final of the ATP Finals in Turin.
  • The Serb beat Casper Ruud in two sets 7: 5, 6: 3.

In the end it was a demonstration of power: Novak Djokovic (ATP 8) beat Casper Ruud (ATP 4) 7: 5, 6: 3 in the final of the ATP Finals in Turin. The Serb wins the prestigious season-ending tournament for the sixth time.

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The 35-year-old also equals Roger Federer’s record. The Swiss had also won the ATP Finals six times in his career. Now the two tennis icons are once again on par.

Ruud only had something to counter Djoker at the beginning of the game. The Norwegian had to fend off two breakballs on his first serve. Djokovic made the decision in the first round with his first break to make it 7: 5.

The second round was much more one-sided: the Serb took the serve from his opponent to make it 3:1. A break lead was enough to confidently manage the second set. With the first match ball, “Nole” then made the title perfect.

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