Novak Djokovic makes history with 36th Masters 1000 as he wins the 5th Rome Title

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Tennis star Novak Djokovic wins 5th Rome title. He left Rafael Nadal behind with the 36th Masters 1000 title on Monday.

After being disqualified from the recent US Open, came some good news for Novak Djokovic as he won his fifth Rome title on Monday. The tennis star said that he had moved on from the previous incident and that encouraged him to do his best for the next.

He lifted his 36th ATP Masters crown in Monday's final by beating Argentine Diego Schwartzman 7-5 6-3 in the tournament play in Rome. Although he committed 18 unforced errors, Novak was able to beat Schwartzman in the 12th game to lift the trophy. Novak also created more ATP Masters 1000 history at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia with this win which came three weeks after he completed his second Career Golden Masters at the Western & Southern Open. He moved ahead of Rafael Nadal and became number one with this win.

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