Novak Djokovic joined Rafael Nadal as a 33-time Masters champion on Sunday when he cleared to a 6-3, 6-4 prevail upon Stefanos Tsitsipas to guarantee a third Madrid Open title.
The world No 1 commanded an obviously depleted rival under 24 hours after the 20-year-old Greek had shocked five-time champion Nadal in an elimination round which finished around midnight on Saturday.
Djokovic and Nadal will presently endeavor to guarantee a 34th Masters title in Rome this week in front of Roland Garros which gets going on May 26.
Djokovic never let Tsitsipas get into rigging in a last which endured a little more than an hour and a half
“This is a significant success for me, particularly for my certainty,” 15-time Grand Slam champ Djokovic said.
“I was not playing my best in the wake of winning the Australia Open however I began for the current week well, not dropping a set all through. I’ve played a portion of my best tennis here.”
Tsitsipas, who beat Djokovic in their past gathering the previous summer in Canada, was broken once in each set, a sufficient edge for the top seed to take the trophy, his second of the period after the Australian Open.
The Serb still required four match focuses to take care of business with Tsitsipas at long last beaten when Djokovic sent a triumphant volley into the corner.