Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Djokovic wins his third title with solvency in Miami

Novak Djokovic won his third win in the Miami Masters Series 1000 by defeating Andy Murray 6-1, with a solvent 7-6 (4), in two hours and 17 minutes.

Djokovic was very secure in his game and just gave Murray a unique opportunity to achieve a "break point" throughout the match, giving a picture of why it is number one in the world today.

Djokovic took little time to break the service of Murray, who saved a break point with two consecutive aces in the fourth game, but could do nothing to push the player from Belgrade, which was hopelessly with a 3-1.

Keep up the pace that puts Djokovic the game is very complicated, especially on a hot afternoon as vivid today in Key Biscayne, and Murray did his best to respond to Serbian.

Three unforced errors from Djokovic in the fifth game began to break Murray about the service of his rival, but the favorite of the tournament brought out the best of their right to impose a 4-1 final for the first set.

And is that Murray, the only player in the circuit that has been able to win on two occasions since the Serbian Djokovic took the ATP number one in July 2011, did not see today how to keep them down.

The tennis Dumblane, which beat Djokovic in the final of the Masters Series Miami 1000 in 2007, hoped to extend his streak especially with the Serb, who had won five of their last eight meetings.

However, Miami did not find how to beat Djokovic, who reached the final of the tournament without dropping a set and played a little tennis with no cracks.

The world number one was anxious to close the first set and got it by breaking the British service again in the sixth game and closing the set with an "ace" to a crushing 6-1.

Serbian tennis player, winner in Miami in 2007 and 2011, was released, winning 13 of their last 18 points of the first set.

The second was more even, but the improvement of the British was not enough to turn around the result.

The Scot got cooler the final after playing just three games in the tournament, thanks to the abandonment of Canadian Milos Raonic in the third round and Spanish Rafael Nadal in the semifinals.

Thanks to these contingencies, Murray had been on the track about three hours less than Djokovic, who did have to play the semifinals on Friday, where Argentine Juan Monaco ousted.

However, this difference was not reflected on the track. Murray suffered to make their service games, with several opportunities to break the serve by the Serbian, who solventaba his serve to go with much credit equaling the set (3-3).

The world number four, who this season had lost just three games and had won in Brisbane and a finalist in Dubai, increased the intensity of her tennis and improve their performance to complicate the life of the Serbian tennis player.

Equalizer spent four to five equal and serve to Murray. The Scots again suffered the unspeakable, but was able to save another point of "break" in their next game based on claw, which led the Miami put an audience definitely on your side.

But there arose again the figure of world number one, who drew six games and the "tie break" set the pace based on "aces" and power to take the match and win his second tournament of the year, after Australia Open in January.


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