Monday, 21 November 2016

TENNIS: ANDY MURAY DEFEATED NOVAK DJOKOVIC IN ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS TO CLAIM THE TOP-SPOT IN WORLD RANKING

Andy Murray Defeated Novak Djokovic 6-3, 6-4 To Win His First ATP World Tour Finals.



Andy Murray's Victory means the British man is going to be remain at the Top Spot of the ATP Tennis Ranking to end the 2016 year.

The 29 year-old Scottish professional tennis player took the Barclays Association of Tennis Proffessionals ATP World Tour Finals title over Serbian Novak Djokovic with a 6-3, 6-4 victory to register his record of 24th straight victory.
Murray will now remain the world No. 1 ranking spot for the remaining time in 2016 and possible to next year coming, he becomes the seventeenth man to hold the year-end position since 1973.

Murray speaking after his victory said: "It is a very special day playing Novak in a match like this. It has been a tough rivalry and I have lost many of them. This is something I never expected but I couldn't have done it without my team. I congratulate Novak on his achievements this year. To win four Grand slams like he did is incredible and I don't think we'll see it again for a very long time.



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