1000 Paris Bercy Masters 2015: Djokovic takes over the title for a record annual Masters 1000
An inspired Novak Djokovic to serve as both the return ran over the Scottish Andy Murray on Sunday to take the Paris Bercy Masters 2015 for the fourth time in his career, making it the biggest winner of this event and the only one He has won three consecutive times.
But the main record for the world number one is that gets to be the first player to win in a single season 6 titles of the Masters 1000 series and also stands with 26 titles to throw to tie the historical record of top winner of this category which holds tournaments Rafa Nadal with 27.
The commitment number 30 among these players making it one of the great classics of the white sport, Murray started serving effectively in the first game of the opening set, but it would be only a mirage because after he suffered a real torture, partly because not get many first but also largely by the enormous pressure that Djokovic set to subtract time. In the third ‘game’ the world number one gets an amazing ‘break’ blank confirmation lets him lead 3-1.
‘Muzza’ still had problems. Agonizingly saved until you return three times to break in the fifth game, but the nightmare continued because two ‘games’ later, Djokovic achieved another break lapidary blank. Immediately afterwards and making it look easy task, he puts the finishing Serbian the sleeve 6-2. It seemed a repeat of the ‘Review’ of the Balkans on the Scots in the final of the Shanghai Masters.
Originally the second set, development remained extremely complicated to input Murray already suffered a “breakpoint” that could yet save. The recipe for ‘Nole’ to be very offensive when returning raged and again enjoyed an opportunity in the third ‘game’. He hit the Serbian and service was 2-1 and such in the opening. But when few thought Murray reaction would come a surprise ‘break’ in white for the second seed .
It was the opportunity to try to stop the Scottish party maelstrom especially because Djokovic was down revolutions and thus the aggressiveness. Murray looking at the possibility of taking the initiative put the Serb in a delicate situation in his service game being 0-30.
A timely reaction time defending champion won him four points in a row and keep the figures matched in 3. Building on the momentum ‘ Nole ‘won four of the five disputed points and then dealt a second “break’ Murray. Again at 4-3 and service domain.
Murray time to balance the grief that seemed to vanish after 0-30 in the sixth game. He may have managed to break the story would have extended to a third party . While it added a number more under his belt, he could not keep hold of Him on the tenth Djokovic ‘game’ and thus the Serbian continues his impressive career in the circuit where it seems to have no ceiling.
6-4 in 1 hour and 33 minutes with his first ‘Matchpoint’. You only have to review who has won three Grand Slams of the 2015 season, 6 of the 9 Masters 1000 in addition to winning everything consecutively played since the US Open (Beijing, Shanghai, and Paris-Bercy).
Of the major tournaments to be played even missing the Masters Tournament in London, the only Balkan not win Roland Garros, Cincinnati, Montreal and Madrid. But he was a finalist in the first three of these and at the Magic Box was not involved. A feat clearly.