Djokovic sets new records for Masters titles

World number one, Novack Djokovic has become the first player to claim five Masters titles in a single season after defeating Mardy Fish 6-2 3-6 6-4 in Montreal Sunday evening.

Djokovic is having an incredible season in 2011 which has seen him win nine titles, including grand slam titles, the Australian open and the precious Wimbledon title.

Djokovic took his career record to 7-0 against American Fish, who was losing for the fourth time in a Masters 1000 final.

The pair shared the first four games until Serbia's Djokovic conjured up a run of four straight games to take command.

But Fish bravely rallied to claim the second set to force the decider which Djokovic won with a single break of service as he wrapped up victory in two hours 23 minutes.

"I'm not getting tired of this (victories), it was a pleasure playing against Mardy. My team and I have done it again," said Djokovic in his on-court interview.

"We played a great match, I had a few lucky points in the third set to break."

He is now 53-1 for the year.

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