Germany Alexander Zverev gave the shot this Sunday afternoon beat number 1 or the world, and the Novak Djokovic Serbian 6-4 to 6-3 i conquered Master of London.
With the title Zverev went from the fifth to fourth place at the site APT World Championship – replaces Juan Martín del Potro – and became the first German tennis player to win the Masters since Boris Becker won in 1996, when he was 21.
Zverev, Roger Federer's operator in the semifinals, he placed his youth and more strength to beat Djokovic, which had been easily overcome in the first round. "If you want to win, you have to make the perfect match," said Germany, and on Thursday he managed to break Djokovic in the definitive moments of the final.
The world's first 1 number and winner in the South African average of Kevin Anderson (6-2, 6-2), Nole was the Masters champion in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015. He had closed the one those years with number 1 and everything appeared That's the way it would happen in 2018, given that it was playing with an unexpected level. However, Zverev He stopped his streak.
"Congratulations to Zverev, it won me well, This is not the best day for me"Djokovic is grieving at the end of the game with the victory Zverev is now tied 2-2 in individual matches against Serbia, number 4 is in the site and promises fight at 1 in 2019.
Germany showed its sense of humor during the introduction of jewelery by pointing to a bottle of gold shampoo in its arms, which did not go to drunk. The shoulder stomach stirred Zverev made the O2 audience feed to laugh. "It did not finish again, but thanks for the champagne.I was not going to drink again!"he said.
Djokovic arrived with a devastating riding since he re-convened Wimbledon, but he stopped by Zverev, who won his fourth title of the year (after winning in Munich in Washington and the 1000 Masters in Madrid) and added his tenth title as a professional, then an hour and 21 minutes of almost perfect match.
The top ten of the latest ATP rate of 2018
1. Novak Djokovic / Serbia 9,045 points
2. Rafael Nadal / Spain 7.480
3. Roger Federer / Switzerland 6,420
4. Alexander Zverev / Germany 6.385
5. Juan Martín del Potro / Ariannin 5,300
6. Kevin Anderson / South Africa 4.710
7. Marin Cilic / Croatia 4.250
8. Dominic Thiem / Austria 4.095
9. Kei Nishikori / Japan 3.590
10. John Isner / USA3.155