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In the unforgettable finals of Paris Masters 2019, World No. 2 Novak Djokovic proved his dominance once again in front of the Canadian star Denis Shapovalov on Sunday. The final showdown of the prestigious event which lasted for just over an hour gave a nerve-wracking experience to all the tennis fans across the world. The world-class Serbian legend Djokovic thrashed the World No. 15 superstar Shapovalov with a 6-3, 6-4 comfortable margin in the highly-entertaining final-round. When Shapovalov was just one step away from winning the biggest title of this season, Djokovic came like a storm and grabbed the victory from his hands.

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The match started with both the tennis legends going hard against each other. However, the Serb was looking back in his typical attacking form. As a result, he easily won the first set against a strong opponent Shapovalov. Though in the second set, the Canadian professional was hoping to bounce back in the game but Djokovic didn’t give him any chance. Eventually, the top-ranked player ended the one-on-one battle with a perfect finish and clinched his 34th Masters 1000 title.

Here’s see the interesting match highlights of the worth-watching final battle between World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and World No. 15 Denis Shapovalov at Paris Masters 2019:

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With this impressive win, Novak won his fifth title of Paris Masters and also added 1,000 ATP Race To London points to his tally. Now he is reigning with 8,945 points in the current ATP points table and just 640 points away from Rafael Nadal (9,585) to become World No. 1 once again. If Djokovic will go with this same momentum he will surely regain his top-ranked position very soon.

After winning the lustrous trophy of Paris Masters 2019, Novak Djokovic was head over heels as he was so overwhelmed with his success after a long gap.  He expressed his feelings by saying, “I think I had the best serving match of the tournament, and that’s why the match was pretty short. I put him under pressure on the second serve, and from the back of the court, I was solid and not giving him too many opportunities”.

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