Djokovic finally wins the title of Grand Slam by defeating Murray for fourth time in Melbourne
Djokovic wins the final match of tournament on 1st february 2015. He is the finest player in tennis. He makes a record by winning the crown of Australian Open tournament for the fifth time. Andy Murray was the opponent in the final match and he looses the match for the fourth time in the past 6 years in front of Novak. He won the title by defeating with the following score card points 7-6(5) 6-7(4) 6-3 6-0. He is declared as the world’s no.1 champion standing alone in the open era of 2015. After defeating Agassi and Federer in the quarter finals he reached at this place. He thanks to his coach Boris Becker for giving him such a wonderful training which made him earn the crown proudly with his hard work. He also adds saying “Without him this wouldn’t have been possible as he sacrifice his life to make me reach here” in the trophy ceremony. Even after having a problem in his left ankle, he made it possible.
Murray because of struggling mentally and receiving the open criticising of not able to focus on his own game made him to lose the final match of tennis. Murray was only able to drag 14 points out of 41 for himself.
The full match statistics are:-
Navok fired a bombardment before going through the thumb injury in the first 72 minutes where he played really well and made the opponent weak in the first half. Murray says after losing the match that “It was the most consistent grand slam of his career. AO analyser report saying that there is no one better than Novak.
Murray said he will come back next year with more power and hard work. He thanks his opponent for making a new record. Murray is a victor of two grand slam finals after losing 4 matches in Australia.
Navok made a good start by having 4-1 lead in the 20 minutes and the match timings was 3 hours and 39 minutes.
Final match stats of Australian open tennis tournament 2015
|60||1st serve percentage||65|
|59||1st serve win percentage||65|
|62||2nd serve win percentage||34|
Look at the coming Fixtures and Schedule of 2015 World Cup.