Roger Federer is inarguably the best man on the tennis courts in the world right now. Yes, he lost to Andy Murray in the Olympics but few weeks to the Olympics, he beat Murray hands down before his family, friends and in his hometown and at the weekend, he just won the Cincinnati Open.

Federer proved he is the real deal by brushing aside the challenge from world number two Djokovic 6-0 7-6 (9/7) in an hour 20 minutes to bag his fifth Cincinnati trophy and his 21st Masters 1000 crown, he has with this, equaled Rafael Nadal’s record.

His opponent Djokovic began the sloppier of the two and has now lost in all four of his Cincinnati finals.

“I’ve had a magical summer, Federer said. I feel good about New York – but I’m going to savour this one for a bit. I’ve been able to win five. It’s obviously incredible because I remember the first few here I struggled.

“Now looking back it’s just unbelievable. Plus this was probably the best week ever here in Cincinnati for me never dropping my serve and beating Novak in the final. This was very sweet. No doubt about it. For me to come here somewhat rested, to be honest, and then to play a great final after playing a not very good one at the Olympics where I went on to lose, what, nine games in a row (against Andy Murray)?

“But I came here and never dropped my serve. That’s the kind of reaction I want to see from myself. I didn’t have a letdown.It’s important for me to push forward and give myself the best possible preparation for New York,” he said. I’ll take anything as long as I’m getting through my early rounds. It’s a completely different atmosphere in New York, the pressure is going to be different.”

‘He started off really well and I made a lot of double faults and errors,’ said Djokovic. I had my chances in the second set and I missed them and he deserved the win,’ he added.

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