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Djokovic beats Anderson in thrilling Mubadala final

Anderson won the first set 6-4, breaking Djokovic in his final service game, before the Serb fought back, though failing to capitalise on a break point in Anderson’s second service game of the set before finally breaking Anderson’s serve just as the set was looking like it was heading into a tie-break.

The final set saw Djokovic save a break point in the third game before Anderson saved three championship points to level back at 5-5 before eventually losing his serve in the next game after a thrilling game which saw an incredible 30-stroke rally to seal the win for Djokovic.

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