HEAD’S NOVAK DJOKOVIC DOMINATES FOR FIFTH

HEAD’S NOVAK DJOKOVIC DOMINATES FOR FIFTH

Novak Djokovic slugged Milos Raonic 6-2, 6-0, scoring a powerful victory for HEAD as he won a record fifth title at the Indian Wells Masters. ATP No. 1 Djokovic, who endorses the HEAD Graphene XT Speed, also moved to a record-levelling 27th career title at the Masters 1000 level. The 28-year-old world-beater took an hour and a quarter to win his 17th consecutive match at the Californian desert venue.

"It has obviously been a great couple of weeks, to win this tournament five times is a fantastic achievement for my team and myself," Djokovic said. "We don't take anything for granted, especially because this tournament has been, for many, many players, a favorite event. All the top players each year competing and trying to win it. It's just behind Grand Slams in terms of organization, the quality of facilities, the conditions. In this kind of environment you are obviously inspired to play your best.”

Djokovic rolled through the first set and left nothing to chance in the second set as he completed his demolition for a sixth straight win over Raonic, dominating with 15 winners and just four unforced errors.

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