Djokovic wins in Tokyo and puts McEnroe on the ball

Novak Djokovic won the ATP tournament in Tokyo and thus celebrated his 76th title on the tour. Serbia's tennis world number one beat Australian qualifier John Millman 6-3, 6-2 in the final of the hard court tournament in Japan's capital. Djokovic earned just under $ 391,000 (about € 356,000) for his fourth title win this year for the losing Millman There were $ 196,000 (178,000 euros).

Djokovic triumphed at Wimbledon and at the Australian Open this year, as well as winning the ATP Masters in Madrid. The tournament in Tokyo won the 32-year-old for the first time – he remained without Satzsatz.Noch more successful are Djokovic 'permanent rivals Roger Federer (Switzerland) and Rafael Nadal (Spain). Federer has already won 102 ATP tournaments, Nadal 84. In the "eternal" ranking, the "Djoker" has moved up to a fifth place in the runner-up, John McEnroe (USA / 77). The list is headed by Jimmy Connors (USA / 109). The most successful title collectors in the history of the ATP Tour at a glance: 1. Jimmy Connors (USA) 109 titles2. Roger Federer (Switzerland) * 1023. Ivan Lendl (Czechoslovakia / USA) 944. Rafael Nadal (Spain) * 845. John McEnroe (USA) 776. Novak Djokovic (Serbia) * 767. Pete Sampras (USA) 647. Björn Borg (USA) Sweden) 649. Guillermo Vilas (Argentina) 6210. Andre Agassi (USA) 6011. Ilie Nastase (Romania) 5812. Boris Becker (Leimen) 49 * still active

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