Novak Djokovic continued his dominant 2015 campaign by winning a third straight BNP Paribas Masters title on Sunday, when he cruised past Andy Murray 6-2, 6-4. Djokovic gave back a break early in the second set but more than made up for it by breaking Murray a total of four times during the match.
“There was couple of games in the second set where Andy started turning things around, so things could have gone different way as they did maybe yesterday against (Stan) Wawrinka at same stage,” the world No. 1 reflected. “But I managed to stay tough. It was, all in all, the best performance of the week, and it came at the right time.”
Both Djokovic and Murray will now head to London for the World Tour Finals. As the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds, respectively, they cannot face each during round-robin action.
“I’m hoping that I…
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