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Djokovic Needs a Third Set to Beat Murray in London
By Tennis Now Staff
(November 7, 2012) --
won the opening singles match on Day 3 of the Barclays ATP World Tour FInals in London by beating local favorite
in their Group A round-robin match. The Serbian and World No. 1 -- who'll also end 2012 in the top spot -- fought off a late push by Murray in the final game, but took the match after winning the last four points. The scoreline: 4-6, 6-4, 7-5.
(Photo Credit: Andy Kentla)
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