Novak Djokovic Routs Milos Raonic for Paris Masters Title

by Vishal Gajaria | Posted on Sunday, November 2nd, 2014 | 0

He may be the father of his newly-born son. He may be worn out for running around the court chasing the yellow fluffy ball all year. But, he when he is on duty, he is just on a solitary mission: the mission to emerge victorious, always!

World No.1 Novak Djokovic pulled off his 600th win in style, as he made light work of big-serving Canadian Milos Raonic 6-2, 6-3 in the summit clash to clinch the title at the ATP 1000 Masters in Paris on Sunday.

The top-seeded Serb looked in complete command throughout the match, winning 81 per cent of his first-serve points and holding on to his nerves to save all the 4 break points. Raonic, on the contrary, looked a bit rusty, committing 2 double faults and firing just 9 aces: a number which is not pleasing for someone of his competency.

“I can’t be more than grateful than I am at this moment and happier at this stage of my life,” an ecstatic Djokovic told Sky Sports after his win.

“It’s not easy against a player with such a big serve but I played an exceptional match and I’m very happy to win this trophy,” he added.


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