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Marin Cilic was introduced to the ATP’s World Tour Finals quite rudely on Monday, as three-time and two-time defending champion Novak Djokovic ran roughshod over the Croat, 6-1, 6-1 in his first ever appearance at the season-ending championships.

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Cilic was broken on five occasions but the single most defeating moment in any of his seven service games most have been this point, when at 1-3, 0-15 in the first set he sent Djokovic on the dead sprint for a forehand, and seemingly had control of the point.

Apparently, Cilic did not have control, as Djokovic ripped one of the shots of the tournament from so far behind the baseline that he didn’t even have to move to grab his towel when the point was complete.

It was one of many head-scratching moments for Marin Cilic on Monday, a day when world No. 1 Novak Djokovic proved to be simply “too good.”