Novak Djokovic conquers the scepter in the Adelaide tournament

The Serbian Novak Djokovic conquered the title in the Adelaide tournament against the American Sebastian Korda, raising a championship point against in the second round to finish prevailing 6-7 (8), 7-6 (3) and 6-4 .

It was not an easy match for Djokovic, who found a tough opponent in Korda who made him wear himself out from the start, broke his serve for the first time in the eighth game and had three set points serving in the ninth.

Nole escaped from that complex scenario to bring the outcome to the tie break. And she even managed to get 7-6 up, dodging another three set balls. However, he failed to materialize his comeback and ended up giving up his rival’s seventh chance at 8-9.

In the second set, one and the other completed their serves with greater or lesser solvency and that gave Korda his first option to lift the trophy remaining with 4-5. There was little he could do there, but he did when at 5-6 he had a match point. Djokovic dodged it and already in the tie break he did not forgive, coming to have five set balls and sealing it with the third of them.

Everything was going to be decided then in the third and final one, which started like the previous one with the contenders making their serves good, including the one that Korda won to tie four-way despite being 0-30 down from the start.

There the American survived but not when Djokovic subtracted for the first time to take the tournament with 4-5. Despite going down 40-30, the Serbian forced the ‘deuce’, gave it continuity with an advantage and closed it by taking advantage of his first championship point. All this in more than three hours.

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