Novak Djokovic was honored today at the London ATP Finals for his second straight finish as the No. 1 player in the world. Djokovic appeared on the court following Roger Federer’s win where he received a second giant trophy recognizing his year-end finish.
“It is an incredibly satisfying feeling to win the ATP World Tour No. 1 trophy for a second time. I hope to be able to fight for this title next year,” Djokovic said after receiving the award from ATP CEO Brad Drewett.
Djokovic was also given the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the Year award.
Djokovic joins Rafael Nadal, Federer, Carlos Moya, former South African president Nelson Mandela and Arthur Ashe as former winners of the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award which recognized the Serb’s contributions through the Novak Djokovic Foundation, his role as a UNICEF ambassador and other individual ventures.
Djokovic win his first round robin match yesterday in Group “A” competition. Tomorrow comes the big test against Andy Murray.
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