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The world No. 5 David Ferrer of Spain won the Paris Masters Sunday with a straight-sets win over the No. 26-ranked Jerzy Janowicz of Poland.
The Spaniard secured the match win with a 6-4, 6-3 scoreline to secure the Paribas Masters 1000 title. The 30-year-old secured the opening set with a 6-4 scoreline and the set went on serve right until the tenth game.
The 21-year-old Janowicz handed the opening set to Ferrer when at set point he double faulted. In the second set the Pole started rather well as he got the coveted break in the third game but you can never count the Spaniard out.
In the fourth game Ferrer broke back in the before attaining a 5-2 lead. With this win Ferrer has won his seventh title of the year and his first 1000 tournament win.
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The story of the week was Jerzy Janowicz, but Sunday belonged to David Ferrer at the Paris Masters. And rightly so.
When the 5-foot-9 Spaniard hugged his 6-8 opponent at the net after his 6-4, 6-3 victory, he was weeping tears of joy at having reached a career milestone. It was Ferrer's first ATP Masters 1000 title after losing three times in the finals.
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(November 4, 2012) World No. 5 David Ferrer won his first Masters 1000 of his career by defeating qualifier Jerzy Janowicz 6-4, 6-3 on Sunday for BNP Paribas Masters crown. This was the Spaniard’s fourth masters final.
Poland’s Janowicz, ranked 69th in the world coming into the tournament knocked out five of the top 20 players in the world including No. 3 Andy Murray to advance...