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Djokovic Defeats Ferrer in Bercy Masters Final

Paris Djokovic

Novak Djokovic came from behind in each of two sets to sneak past David Ferrer and win his second title in Paris, his 14th career Masters title.

Today’s final was hard fought, with many long and bruising points.  The Spaniard broke early in each set, and led for much of both, but the Serb broke back with Ferrer serving for the set at 5-4 both times, going on to win the first set 7-5, then the second and the championship in identical fashion, again 7-5.

Djokovic’s win keeps alive a slender chance of regaining the No. 1 ranking over Rafael Nadal at the World Tour Finals this week in London.

Photo credit:  Francisco Javier Fernandez  (Creative Commons License)

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Susan DePalma resides in New York City. She is a huge fan of Rafael Nadal and counts Marat Safin amongst past favorites.
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