Scot Andy Murray defeated Novak Djokovic in the final of the tennis tournament and retained the title of the First racket of the world.
The final match dubbed as “Match of the year.” And no wonder – today the fate of the first lines of the rating at the end of the season, by the way, for the first time in tennis history.
This event attracted the attention of many not only tennis figures – in particular, in the stands it was possible to observe Hollywood actors Kevin spacey, woody Harrelson and Jude law. The Catalan defender of Barcelona Gerard Pique yesterday at zero who played against Malaga, was also present in the stands.
However, the match did not meet the high expectations of the audience – the long players drawn into the game, did not rush things and often wrong. The Scot was clearly not going to speed up the pace – yesterday he won a crazy meeting at Milos Raonic, the canadian was named the best in his career. The match took Murray a lot of effort, and Djokovic, at training pace, who beat kei nishikori, obeyed the British and are quite sluggish to cut the ball to the opposition half.
The first swung Andy. First, in the sixth game, he missed two break-points, and the next session on the pitch Novak ended in favor of Murray. Closed the party, he is confident enough and has become one step closer to a big event in his career.
And in the beginning of the second party for Djokovic all was not bad. The Serb has lost a protracted game on his serve, and then another. The audience exploded into applause your pet, who immediately slowed somewhat and returned to a match an intrigue, giving Novak his serve.
However, “woke up” Serb and later, though the third attempt, but Murray managed to close the set, match, tournament and season in their favor. Thus, in addition to universal honor 29-year-old Briton, who became the first racket of the world two weeks ago, will remain so at least until the beginning of next season. Do not forget about an unbeaten run, Andy, who has now reached 24 games.
Andy Murray (UK, 1) – Novak Djokovic (Serbia, 2) – 6:3, 6:4