Djokovic kisses the court as he celebrates his win. REUTERS/Issei Kato
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The battle to stay at the top of men's tennis is like a fight to keep hungry wolves at bay, Novak Djokovic said Sunday after clinching a record-equaling sixth Australian Open title with a 6-1 7-5 7-6(3) victory over Andy Murray. The 28-year-old world No. 1 is currently dominating the men's game like Roger Federer did a decade ago, but he is keen to ensure that he stays ahead of a ferocious chasing pack that includes the vanquished Murray.After appearing in all four grand slam finals last year and winning three, the Serb was a heavy favorite before the tournament began to join Roy Emerson as a six-time winner in Australia.
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