Alexander Zverev probably said he hit the top of the men's game by overwhelming Novak Djokovic 6-4, 6-3 to win his first final ATP title on Sunday.
The 21-year-old Germany, making his second appearance at the end of the season, was a great six-time Roger Federer champion in the semi-finals and repeated the sport against the number one in the world.
Djokovic had not been cut once in the tournament coming into the game, winning all 36 service games and only two break points but Zverev became alarmed by his numbers, break four times in the game.
Germany, trained by Ivan Lendl, failed immediately once Djokovic was cut off early in the second set, but that's the only point on an exceptional performance of power and skill.
"I can not describe it," said Zverev. "This is the biggest title I've ever won. First, I'd like to congratulate Novak and we may never have seen the tennis he has played in the last few months. Rarely missed game but thank me.
"We had (Djokovic and Zverev) so many conversations, not just about a dish but all different types of topics – I will not talk about anything – but you're a shared person and you've shared Some titles with me. I'll appreciate you and let me win one today. "
The top Serbian Serbs, 31, came to the game for a Federer record of six ATP Final Funds but was immediately aware that he had fought on his hands at O2 Arena in London.
Djokovic Zverev set 6-4, 6-1 in their round-robin game on Wednesday, but it was a different story in front of the crowded and massive crowd on Sunday.
With both players going back to the back of the court, the first set went to serve until the ninth game, when Djokovic came in advance to the net to allow break.
After taking the crowd, Zverev reached three aces on his way to seal the first set 6-4.
Still high, the third seed out Djokovic broke out immediately at the beginning of the second set to leave the upper seeds with a mountain to climb.
Showing nerves for the first time, he found twice in his next service game as Djokovic went back on level terms, but again broke German to lead 2-1 as the Serbs' error was installed.
Zverev Djokovic broke for the third time in the second set in the ninth game, creating a stunning backhand down the line in full to win the championship.
Young Germany was often mentioned as a leader of the next generation but although she has three Master's sizes under her belt in his short career, he has a bad record at the Grand Slams.
Djokovic failed to get rid of 22 in the world earlier this year, but has lost only three games since Wimbledon started as he accused the sites.
"Sascha (Zverev) definitely played much better than he did in the group group," he said. "He deserves to win. He's still pretty young but he has an incredible career so far and I want her and her best for her future.
"Speaking about being young, I hope that I will be playing many more years and I will see you here in the coming years."
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