John Millman Crushes by Novak Djokovic to Win Japan Open

On Sunday, World No.1 clinched the Japan Open title Novak Djokovic, dispelling any concerns about his shoulder injury that pulled him out of the US Open. The Serb crushed Australian qualifier John Millman 6-3, 6-2, to mark his 10th win in a competition main draw debut in his eminent career, which includes 16 Grand Slams.

Djokovic, who played his first Japanese match ever, dominated throughout the week, never losing a single set to claim the trophy, it was his first contest since pulling out of the US Open due to a left shoulder injury. He win the Japan open with defeated just 70 minutes of Millman and he looked supreme all week. The world No 1 outclassed Millman in a believable victory.

It is Novak Djokovic’s fourth title of the year and 76th of his familiar career. Novak, who started the week by attractive part in a doubles game, increase his performance as the week progressed, never allowing his opponents, counting world number 15 David Goffin.

In last match, he grabbed an early split in the first set to enjoy a 3-1 lead by blasting off a series of burning serves and precision returns that forced Millman operation along the baseline.

Djokovic passionate six aces, never got double faults, and scored points from 26 of his 30 successful first serve. Novak Djokovic never experienced a break point, while Millman handled to survive only one of four break points during the match.

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