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Australia Open 2015, Novak Djokovic Wins, Murray Not Dare to Dream

Novak Djokovic won the Australian Open in Melbourne on Sunday, beating Andy Murray through four sets in the final match.

Djokovic won in a time of three hours 39 minutes to win his eighth Grand Slam while extending his record in Melbourne to win five finals in a span of eight years. with this victory, he will become the first male tennis player who won five at the Australian Open.

Nole only one degree less than Roy Emerson who took the trophy six times before the Australian Open tennis changing era in 1968.

The victory raised Djokovic to top of the world rankings, jumped from sixth rank before.

Murray puts pressure to Djokovic with three "break points" to third game of the opening set, but Djokovic got up and took control of the game after 27 rally and the "ace".

Final was interrupted for five minutes by political activists, they unfurled a banner of support to the refugees, and one of them jumped into the game field. The security officer immediately safeguard the competition venues.

Djokovic increasingly easy to gain points in the fourth set. due to faults Murray. Djokovic ensure his champion.

"I've never won against him here. If I win, then it would be a tremendous sadness for him," added Murray.

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