World number one Novak Djokovic has won the Western & Southern Open after a 1-6 6-3 6-4 victory over Canadian Milos Raonic in Cincinnati, USA.
As a result, Djokovic becomes the only men's tennis player in history to win every Masters event twice.
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Raonic, who has now lost all 11 matches he's played against the Serbian, stormed into a quick lead, taking the first break to go 3-1 up before going on to seal the set as his service game proved too strong for Djokovic.
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But Djokovic fought back and took the first break of the second set to go 4-2 up before taking it 6-3.
The deciding set swung both ways as Raonic, who was visibly frustrated afterwards, went 2-0 up before Djokovic showed great fortitude to claw it back, twice breaking the Canadian to surge into a 3-2 lead.
Djokovic held his service game en route to his 80th career title as he maintains his unbeaten record in 2020.
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