DJOKOVIC WINS BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS
Novak Djokovic finishes incredible season with a record fourth consecutive Barclays ATP World Tour Finals crown
The #POWERINNUMBERS show impressively how Djokovic dominated this years’ tour in all categories: Djokovic won his 11th trophy of the season as he played his 15th final. He now owns five titles at the season finale. It was the eighth meeting of Djokovic and Federer in 2015 with the HEAD player now leading 5-3. To finish the year 2015 as world’s No 1 with 16.585 points, which are almost double as much as No. 2 Andy Murray (8.670 points), Djokovic was winning three Grand Slam tournaments in Melbourne, Wimbledon and New York. He also won six Masters 1000 titles in Indian Wells, Miami, Monte Carlo, Rome, Shanghai and Paris Bercy. "This season could not have been better. It has been the best of my life. I'm trying to enjoy every moment on court and cherish competing at such a level. When you are growing up this is what you are dreaming of - competing for the biggest trophies in the sport."
The No.1 levelled his record with Federer at 22-22 in a series which began in 2006. He claimed the trophy with 13 winners and 14 unforced errors. Never losing serve in the 80-minute contest in front of 17,000 fans. Djokovic ends his season 82-6 with 59 career titles.