Djokovic wins third year-end title for HEAD

November 11th, 2013

HEAD Racquet Rebel Novak Djokovic beat Rafael Nadal 6-3, 6-4 to defend his title at the London ATP World Tour Finals, winning his 22nd consecutive match. The Serb, who endorses the YouTek™ Graphene Speed, reached his third year-end title for Djokovic after 2008 and 2012.

"This is a great place to finish the year, in a city that nurtures the tennis tradition for a long time", said Djokovic. "This is the probably most competitive tournament that we have after grand slams in our sport. It's great to win this crown and finish this season in the best possible way with a title."

The 26 years old Serb raised his hands in joyous celebration after winning on his third match point with three breaks of serve and 21 winners after 95 minutes. After the US Open final he started running off his unbeaten string of success with titles in Beijing, Shanghai, Paris and now London.

HEAD also had a player in the doubles semi-finals with Crotian Ivan Dodig, who endorses the YouTek™ IG Radical, fighting alongside third-seeded Brazilian partner Marcelo Melo in a 6(10)-7, 5-7 loss to Spanish sixth seeds and later tournament winners David Marrero and Fernando Verdasco.