Novak Djokovic Dispatches David Ferrer In The Quarter-finals Of The Miami Masters

World no.1 Novak Djokovic defeated David Ferrer of Spain 6-2 7-6 (7-1) to advance into the semi-finals of the Miami Masters.

The Serbian faces Juan Monaco on Friday after he thrashed Mardy Fish 6-1 6-3.
“I needed to play well, aggressive, step into the court from the first point and that’s what I did,” Djokovic added.

“You can always expect that when you’re playing David. He’s like a wall on the court – gets a lot of balls back, always makes you play an extra shot.”

Djokovic cruised through the first set in 32 minutes and broke Ferrer at the start of the second.

The Serb restored his advantage to move 5-4 ahead yet Ferrer found the resolve to level again, only to succumb in the tie-break.

Monaco ranked no. 21 in the world made a crushing win against eighth seed Fish.

World no.1 Novak Djokovic defeated David Ferrer of Spain 6-2 7-6 (7-1) to advance into the semi-finals of the Miami Masters.

The Serbian faces Juan Monaco on Friday after he thrashed Mardy Fish 6-1 6-3.
“I needed to play well, aggressive, step into the court from the first point and that’s what I did,” Djokovic added.

“You can always expect that when you’re playing David. He’s like a wall on the court – gets a lot of balls back, always makes you play an extra shot.”

Djokovic cruised through the first set in 32 minutes and broke Ferrer at the start of the second.

The Serb restored his advantage to move 5-4 ahead yet Ferrer found the resolve to level again, only to succumb in the tie-break.

Monaco ranked no. 21 in the world made a crushing win against eighth seed Fish. He won 71 percent of points on his first serve as Fish, whose only resistance came with a break in game six of the second set, was beaten in one hour and 22 minutes.

“It was a perfect match for me. It was unbelievable,” said Monaco,
Friday’s opening semi-final sees Britain’s Andy Murray take on world number two Rafael Nadal at 2000 BST and Djokovic against Monaco at 0000 BST.

He won 71 percent of points on his first serve as Fish, whose only resistance came with a break in game six of the second set, was beaten in one hour and 22 minutes.

“It was a perfect match for me. It was unbelievable,” said Monaco,

Friday’s opening semi-final sees Britain’s Andy Murray take on world number two Rafael Nadal at 2000 BST and Djokovic against Monaco at 0000 BST.

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