Djokovic Owns the Aussie Open

Published on 01-Feb-2015 by J Square Humboldt
Tennis / Tennis Daily Update

Another day as the Aussice.

Five out of five.

Safe to say that Novak Djokovic loves the land Down Under.

The Serb's top ranking on the men's tour was confirmed yet again in Melbourne this past fortnight and capped by his four-set triumph over star-crossed Andy Murray, who has now finished second in this event for the fourth time.

And with that result, both the men's and women's top seeds defended their turf.

It seemed like they both had a premonition about this as early as the 2014 Australian Open:

Djokovic said there were numerous key moments in the title match, not the least of which was this volley:

Only Roy Emerson has won more Aussie titles, with six.

At this stage in Djokovic's career, he's odds on to match the Australian legend. Once he overcame his own confidence issues, he's found his way rather nicely. It didn't hurt that Boris Becker became his coach to focus his flair.

To an extent:

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