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Djokovic beats Federer in Cincinnati and set a historical record

Novak Djokovic has last night for the first time in his career the Masters 1000 tournament in Cincinnati (USA) won. The Serbian number ten of the world defeated in the finals relatively easily, Roger Federer (ATP 2) in two sets 6-4, 6-4 after 1 hour and 24 minutes. It was the first confrontation between Djokovic and Federer in more than a year and a half. Because of this victory, “Nole”, the first ever player who manages to get all nine Masters 1000 tournaments on his name to write, the so-called Super 9.

Cincinnati was the only Masters 1000 tournament that is still on the roll of honour of Djokovic missing. The nine tournaments include: Indian Wells, Miami, Monte Carlo, Madrid, Rome, Montreal/Toronto, Shanghai, Paris and Cincinnati. In Cincinnati was Djokovic in the past five times previously in the finals, but each time he lost (three times against Federer). But Sunday night was still price for the Serb. In his 101e final on the ATP circuit, he picked up his 70th title. A historic performance

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