Novak Djokovic beats Murray and makes history
The Serbian world number one Novak Djokovic completed the double for the second consecutive year by adding the Miami Masters after his harvest also endorse the crown in Indian Wells two weeks ago. This Sunday the star of Belgrade defeated in three sets to the Scottish Andy Murray (3).
With this gesture, the Serbian 27 wins her Masters 1000 number 22 and is just one of Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal in five of history. It is also the first player to win Indian Wells and Miami in the same year three times. On the other side is the title number 51 in the list of winners of best player of the moment.
Faces by twenty-fifth time on the circuit looked. This season ‘Nole’ won the Australia Open final and semi-final of the Indian Wells Masters. Therefore it is one of the classics of modern tennis certainly.
As such the first set would start with individual service breaks of both. Murray returns to get a ‘break’ in the seventh game to go up 4-3 but could not confirm and Serbian recovered immediately. Already planted in the tiebreaker would Djokovic who began raising strategy best advantage the mistakes of his opponent and playing each point with a lot of concentration to close the tie-break ‘with some comfort 7-6 (7-3).
In the second set Novak Djokovic capitalized on four break points in the first ‘games’ of Scottish kick and he also completed on the sixth generated so there was no news until the 3-3. From there the number one the world lost consistency in particular with the second service with not reached even 40% effective. That would take advantage Murray to break in the tenth game; ‘break’ that would serve to make the set 6-4.
The decisive break starts with opportunities to Djokovic. No breaking the Balkan since the eighth game of the opening. Murray struggled not to let his opponent come into rhythm and came to enjoy a breakpoint to the next game but missed and after that ‘Nole’ caught cruise back to break in the third ‘game’ after ardent struggle, now marking a distance of 3-0.
The moral blow was given and now everything depended on how ‘Nole’ administer ahead 2 breaks but above all how to respond Murray’s head at such requirement. There was not much to wait to know the outcome. Novak Djokovic took over the title track and closing with a conclusive 6-0 after two hours 46 minutes.