World number one tennis player, Novak Djokovic, is proud of his performance after adding the Paris Master Cup to his long list of titles.
The Serb defeated Andy Murray 6-2, 6-4 in Paris to become the first tennis player to win six master titles in a calendar year.
Djokovic made a spectacular start in 2015, winning three major titles of the four grand slam titles: Australian open, Wimbledon and the US open- and ensured he ends the 2015 ATP world ranking on top having winning 22 matches in November 15-22 world tour finals in London.
“I am obviously very proud and very happy to win this title again, it’s a great tournament and all the best players in the world were here,” Djokovic said at the court side.
Djokovic made history on Sunday becoming the first man to win four bercy titles and also the first to win three in a role, beating Andy Murray yet again.
Despite the huge successes recorded, Djokovic maintains that he would not take his foot off the pedal.
“I will continue to do what I’m doing so far. There is no reason for me to decrease the pace of the training and preparations and performances,” Djokovic told a news conference.
Djokovic featured in all the master finals this season; winning the first three edition in Indian wells Miami and Monte Carlo, then he dominated in Rome and Shanghai.
However, the Serbian slumped at the last hurdle in Cincinnati and Montreal, where he was beaten by Andy Murray.
He did not participate in the Madrid Masters Open.
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