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Novak Djokovic equals Roger Federer’s record by beating Casper Ruud to clinch sixth ATP Finals title


Novak Djokovic ends a turbulent season on a high – and equals Roger Federer’s record – by beating Casper Ruud to clinch his sixth ATP Finals title

  • Novak Djokovic clinched the ATP Finals title for a record-equalling sixth time
  • The 35-year-old defeated Casper Ruud in the singles final in Turin on Sunday 
  • Joe Salisbury became the first British player to win the doubles event 

A tour season that started in embarrassing chaos ended in triumph for Novak Djokovic after he clinched the ATP Finals title.

The 35-year-old Serb defeated Norwegian Casper Ruud in the…



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