World No. 1 Tennis veteran Novak Djokovic on Sunday at the Ariake Colosseum clinched the Japan Open with ease despite injuries that forced him out of the US Open earlier this year.
The Siberian crushed his opponent John Millman 6-3 6-2 to claim the first Japanese title.
Moreover, the fact that 16 Grand Slam winners didn’t lose a set throughout the tournament will eventually boost his confidence ahead of Tokyo Olympics scheduled for 2020.
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“I didn’t drop a set, so I played a fantastic tournament. Everything is positive in my experience on and off the court, the way I feel and motivated for Shanghai, going there with great confidence,” he said.