By Ros Satar
(November 8, 2012) LONDON – It certainly was a tale of two Grand Slam Champions on Day Three of the ATP World Tour Finals, London.
Novak Djokovic def Andy Murray 4-6, 6-3, 7-5
At the end of the day session, Andy Murray was not quite able to capitalise on his fast start after taking the first set off World Number 1 Novak Djokovic in just 44 minutes (6-4).
But Djokovic needed no invitation to punish some sloppy play by Murray in the second set, as fans on Twitter commented in wry amusement at his outfit including gold shorts.
Although Murray clawed his way back into contention in the decider, but in the end at key moments in the last few minutes, Djokovic denied Murray’s attempts to win another three set battle.
“The last two minutes of the match probably is what decided it,” said Murray.
“He broke from 15/40, and then I had 15/40 next game and didn’t break.
“You would hope that one game wouldn’t decide the outcome of a whole match.”
Djokovic said: “I didn’t expect anyth...