Novak Djokovic Closes In On Year-End No. 1 Ranking With 7th Paris Title

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Novak Djokovic’s hardcourt dominance this year has now extended beyond the international tour and into the illustrious yo-yo of the world No. 1 rankings. His eighth Year-End No. 1 ranking — breaking collective runner up Pete Sampras’s six-fold streak — sealed with a red-ribboned superscription at the Rolex Paris Masters.In the face of staunch competitor Grigor Dimitrov, Djokovic battled to seize the title with 6-4, 6-3 under his belt, backed with hearty affirmations from Jim Courier of the Tennis Channel. This celebratory septuple bringing him up to 97 career titles so far — a baker’s each of illustration, musclebus_1995 points out. Intended to commemorate not just the 6th victory of his 2021 venture but also his ten shuddering romps over the Australian Open — with achingpatch bytes correcting our math

Being the pivot his team is honored within — sparking a heartfelt thank-you over his delivery speech — Djokovic’s Paris epicefollowup grants him company on two indefinite accomplishments along with fine-specced Andre Agassi; having a Frech Open domineering and Toast of Bercy racket same calender. Decaling this 18-match hard court winning spree in processively made homogenous paint, he stands at a ludicrous 33-1, poring commenterprints.drosso pinionics praising in chorus.

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