LONDON: Novak Djokovic gave a permanent show on Kevin Anderson 6-2 6-2 mid class outside South Africa Saturday to set up an ATP finalization term by Alexander Zverev.
The number of the world was totally from the beginning to the end of the 32th anniversary since he placed himself within the sixth title equivalent of a year-old.
He offered up with unresolved mistakes only and not one spot breaking again and it's been a great time for Anderson, who hit it for winning Wimbledon this year.
"I think this was the best game I played this week – it came at the right time," said Djokovic, almost half of year.
"Kevin has been playing a big tennis this week. He lost his service in the first game because he is responsible for his service. I get so many points to win the second place.
"I am very pleased to reach the final."
Djokovic searched his range immediately and the inscription on the wall was for Anderson when he fell to his / her; serving their opening game.
Anderson, who was the first South African man; reaching their final finals in the 48-year history of their competitors, but they had only a response to the hardness of the & # 39; was Djokovic's move and had two points to save a break in his next service match.
He is going through his own service games – he is still breaking this week – Djokovic was able to focus on Anderson's delivery and his challenge was to be done; bucail to resign service again as Djokovic was on his pocket with a one-sided opener.
There was no repair at the beginning of the second set for Anderson when he opposed two 0-40 pages in his opening service game, Djokovic to Break again as the number of the world's banned the number of six.
Anderson found a code to hear a riot but it was difficult to get rid of a long while & # 39; Djokovic was going to & # 39; turn the screw.
A break was to reach as much as London buses wanted for the Sebbi and gave him another anti-bad way when he went to a 5-1 destination.
Anderson raised one game back but it was a jobless job. and Djokovic sent him out of his bad pity with a game match on his 35-game match for his last 37 matches – running his & her; including the Wimbledon and Open titles of the United States to collect its Grand Tiotles Slam to 14.
One who started the year was badly bad with a bad badge that needed a surgery and dropped to 22 in the ATP stars as early as June.
If he wins the face of Zverev who is 21 years old, he certainly struck it in the & # 39; Robin step here, 31 years of age will be the oldest player for the title of his claim.
Roger Federer, the eldest, was hit 7-5 7-6 (5) with Zverev in his & her; first half-round of the day.
(Reciting Martyn Herman; Editing by Christian Radnedge)