Novak Djokovic beats Andy Murray with 3 sets to 1 to be crowned the Australian Open champion for the 5th time.

Novak Djokovic, World No.1 had an epic clash right from the start against Andy Murray with the first set going in the tie breaker. Andy Murray came back into the game in the second set which was also decided with the help of a tie breaker. It was looking that both these players were at their best Tennis and the game was played at the highest point. Murray and Djokovic were giving their 100%. In the third set, Murray was leading 2-0, only to handover the set to Djokovic 6-3. Murray was done and out in the 4th set with no mental and physical strength and was outclassed by the World No.1 Djokovic by 6-0. In the end, Djokovic held on his nerves, focused on the game and won it 7-6,6-7,6-3,6-0. Murray will go disappointed as this was his fourth Aus Open final and fourth loss in the Australian Open final. He is yet to win it.

Novak Djokovic wins his 8th Grand Slam and his 5th Australian Open title. He is no.1 in the World and he proved it today on the Tennis court.


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