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Djokovic beats Ferrer to win Mubadala World Tennis Championship title
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Surging Serbian Novak Djokovic gave himself the best New Year gift on Saturday by winning the 2011 Mubadala World Tennis Championship title – a three day exhibition tournament, being played here in Abu Dhabi. The Serbian comprehensively beat World No. 5 David Ferrer in the final in straight sets with a 6-2 6-1 scoreline to win the title. Djokovic made his debut in this exhibition tournament this year and emerged title-winner by playing tremendous tennis in three days.
The Serbian kept the pressure on from the very beginning of the match and did not look back after winning the first-set to win this duel in 1 hour and 6 minutes. Ferrer tried to create a few opportunities in the second-set but failed to match-up with Djokovic's strength and precision-oriented shot-selection.
In 33 minutes and with the help of two breaks of serve, World No. 1 Novak Djokovic claimed the first-set. Ferrer did well to test the Serbian in long-rallies, but Djokovic continued to extract errors on Ferrer's backhand to win the first-set - on a convincing note. Djokovic kept the control over the proceedings by maintaining the same intensity and Ferrer could not match up with that.
The trend continued in the second-set and Djokovic won this title duel in straight sets. Earlier in the day, World No. 2 Rafael Nadal earned an easy victory over Roger Federer to finish third in this competition.
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