History maker Djokovic seals ATP Finals crown: "the fact that I waited seven years makes this victory even sweeter and even bigger"

Novak Djokovic won the ATP Finals for the first time in seven years and he was really happy about being able to do so.

Djokovic took on Casper Ruud and defeated him for the 4th time in his career to lift the trophy. It's a significant trophy in many ways for Djokovic, quite a historic one due to the stats attached to it and he was glad about it:

”It is finals. Usually these kind of matches are decided by very small margins. One break of serve was enough in both sets. I knew Casper was playing really well coming into this match. We both served really well and I think in some decisive moments, like the 12th game of the first set, I managed to put a few returns back in play."

He added:

“I missed a couple of forehands in the last game when I was serving for it. I had nerves, but I am really grateful to be able to serve the match out. I had a big ace to close out. Seven years [since winning this title] has been a long time. At the same time, the fact that I waited seven years makes this victory even sweeter and even bigger.”

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