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Novak Djokovic defeated Roger Federer to take 4th straight World Tour Finals title

It took no time to level back the Head to Head 22-22 in 44 meetings of Federer and Djokovic.
Djokovic continued his form in the finals same as in the Semi-final match which was a commanding game or dictating game. Federer's SABR(Sneak Attack By Roger) or quick charged serves were unmatched for Novak's stretches and returns. Thanks to Infosys for it's information platform, Novak's 2nd serve points win percentage is higher than Roger's win percentage and Roger seriously had higher average first and second serves and common unforced errors costed him much.

It was an outstanding year for the Serb to clinch 6 ATP 1000 masters, 3 Grandslams and year end ranking No. 1. It was Federer who stopped his winning streak when he defeated him last week in the blue shaded O2 arena. Today Djokovic did the retaliation by winning in straight sets 6-3,6-4.

Despite loss in the final ATP tour match this year, it was a decent show in this World Tour finals and this year he was actually had a chance to play unlike last year. Federer settled with year end ranking no.3 and Murray holds year end rank no.2 this year.

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