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Novak Djokovic Remains On Top After Beating Roger Federer In The Italian Open

Novak Djokovic Remains On Top After Beating Roger Federer In The Italian Open
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Novak Djokovic Remains On Top After Beating Roger Federer In The Italian Open

While early predictions for the upcoming French Open are have come out, Novak Djokovic retained his number 1 position by beating Roger Federer in the recently held Italian Open.

It’s the Serb’s fourth title, having first clinched it in 2008.

With a score of 6-4, 6-3, Federer was denied a chance to reclaim top spot. Novak took control in the first set from the baseline. The Serb also took the second set early on leaving Roger no other room to get in.

Novak celebrated the win with a champagne, only ending up with a mishap after the cork hit him directly on the face. The world’s number one also went to Milan Expo 2015 early this week.

 

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