Novak Djokovic: King of clutch
KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. -- In the middle of an intense second-set tiebreaker, David Ferrer held up his finger and stopped playing.
Trailing 3-1, he had been in position to hit Novak Djokovic's forehand, but was convinced that it had drifted long. The replay showed otherwise. Djokovic's shot had clipped the line and Ferrer had committed a fatal unforced error.
Or was it forced?
This is the kind of pressure the world's No. 1 player exerts on opponents. After failing to ...
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