Djokovic close to year-end No. 1 after Paris title

November 4th, 2013

The race for year-end ATP No. 1 will be decided at World Tour Finals in London after HEAD Racquet Rebel Novak Djokovic won the Paris Masters 7-5, 7-5 over David Ferrer and celebrated his 16th Masters 1000 Championship. Djokovic, the No. 2 who recommends the YouTek™ Graphene Speed, will be trying to pass Rafael Nadal in the final season standings. He heads to London on a wave of confidence.

The Serb is maintaining a low-key, no-expectations approach to his possibilities of regaining the top spot again. "My goal is to continue on building my game and building the confidence with victories that I have. It's quite important for me to keep on winning and keep on enjoying tennis. If I finish No. 1 this year, it would be an incredible achievement."

Djokovic has now won his last 17 matches since the US Open final against Nadal. He earned his sixth trophy of 2013 and his third in succession after Beijing and Shanghai. With this triumph he joined elite company on Sunday, becoming the 15th player in the Open Era to win 40 ATP World Tour titles and he is just the third active player to enter the 40-title club, along with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.