Djokovic celebrates his win over Federer during the men’s final of the Cincinnati Masters. Matthew Stockman/Getty Images/AFP
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Novak Djokovic finally clinched the title missing from his resume with a 6-4 6-4 win over Roger Federer Sunday to win in Cincinnati, and become the first player to complete the sweep of Masters series tournaments. Having made five previous finals and lost to Federer in three of them, Djokovic finally broke the ice to continue his stunning revival after a long comeback from elbow surgery.Federer rallied early in the second set, breaking Djokovic to lead 2-0, but the Serb broke back and earned the decisive break for 4-3, curling a forehand pass down the line.Federer sent a forehand wide on the first match point, and racked up 39 unforced errors while struggling to penetrate Djokovic's second serve.On the other hand, Federer was full of praise for Djokovic.
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