Djokovic Defeats Ferrer in Straight Sets

Updated: December 28, 2012

Novak Djokovic reaches the Mubadala World Championship final in Abu Dhabi after a walk in the park victory over World number 5, David Ferrer.


Today’s match was Djokovic’s first game since winning the ATP World Tour finals back in November, winning it for the second time in his career.

Ferrer has also had a successful year as the Spaniard started off the year as rank number 7. Since the end of the ATP World tour finals Ferrer has gone up to rank number 5. A good improvement.

With the first Grand Slam of 2013 being the Australian Open next month, the World number 1 would surely want to start at the Australian Open with fine form.

Djokovic’s performance in the opening set showed to the spectators why he is the best tennis player in the World at the moment.

In the first 5 games Djokovic broke Ferrer in the 2nd and 4th game and also won his 3 serve games.Djokovic was leading the first set, 5-0.

It looked like Ferrer was going to seal his first game win in the 6th game by leading the game 40-0. But the Serbian fought back and broke Ferrer for the third time in the set.

Djokovic won the opening set 6-0.

At the very start of the second set Djokovic won the opening game from his serve. But in the second game Ferrer had finally sealed a game, the fans

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and himself were celebrating mad!

The World number 5 was finally starting to be involved in the match. Ferrer broke Djokovic’s serve after being 40-0 down, for the first time Ferrer took the lead of the second set.

Djokovic wasn’t going to slip up that easily. Three games after Ferrer took the lead, Djokovic took control once again. The Serbian won the 4th and 5th game to be 3-2 up. In the 6th game Djokovic and Ferrer reached to 4 deuces, Djokovic was a point away to double the lead. After falling over during play the Serbian quickly got up and nailed the ball past Ferrer doubling the lead. It was definitely the point of the day.

Ferrer got a game back in the 8th game but was losing 5-3. Djokovic was serving for the match as Novak hammered David 40-0 to book himself a place in Saturday’s final.

Djokovic will either play Janko Tipsarevic or Nicolas Almagro in the final as the second semi-final match takes place later today.


Novak Djokovic (1) 6-0 6-3 David Ferrer (5)



Match report by Jamie Davies, Let’s Talk Sport writer



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