Britain’s Andy Murray defeated Serbia’s Novak Djokovic in the final of the Final tournament of the Association of tennis professionals (ATP), which ended in London. Olympic champion in Rio de Janeiro confirmed his status as the leader of the world ranking.

Murray defeated Djokovic in two sets with the score 6:3, 6:4. The match lasted one hour and 43 minutes.

This victory ensured Murray’s first place at the end of the season, while Novak Djokovic finished not at the top of the rankings for the first time in 2013.

The defeat of the Briton was the first for Djokovic in the decisive matches of the competition. The Serb has won the last four of the WTA Championships ATP from 2012 to 2015.

29-year-old Briton for the first time in his career climbed to the top in early November after winning the tournament in Paris. Just this season, Murray has won nine ATP titles.

Additionally, Andy managed to beat the second, third, fourth and fifth racket of the world in the course of the final competition. During a speech in London, he earned 1500 points and over two million dollars in prize money.

British tennis player Andy Murray won the final ATP tournament 21.11.2016

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