Miami Open 2016 Winner: Novak Djokovic Defeats Kei Nishikori To Clinch The Title 6th Time

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Miami Open 2016 Winner: Novak Djokovic clinched the title for the sixth time after defeating Kei Nishikori in straight sets. It has probably now become a record. (watch: Wrestlemania 2016 Results.)



Novak matched the record of Andre Agassi after a game with Kei in which he was victorious by 6-3 6-3 in one hour and twenty-six minutes.

The 28-year-old player, Djokovic has now moved ahead of Rafael Nadal with a total number of 28 Masters tournament wins in his career so far.

Miami Open 2016 Winner: Novak Djokovic

“It’s quite amazing. I am thrilled to do it and excited to get more,” the Serbian player said.

Adding to his records, Novak has become the first man to get a victory in the Indian Wells-Miami doubles three times in a row. Now, he has left Federer behind in the ATP leading prize money winner on $98.2m.

The Japan’s player Nishikori started well with breaking Novak’s service but was broken straight back. Djokovic took the match from 4-3.

Novak won four games in a row and then moved to break up in the second set and after that, he broke for a fifth time to win the match.

Djokovic has now achieved the Indian Wells-Miami double on four occasions

Novak Djokovic is on a winning streak as he has only one loss to his name in the last 29 matches this year so far. That one loss was due to the eye infection in Dubai.

As of now, Novak has won 11 grand slam titles. The Serbian is behind the record of Federer, who has won 17 majors. He is going to catch him very soon.

The upcoming some months can prove to be some of his best as he has the chance to fetch the two big titles – the French Open and Olympic Gold.

 

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