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Novak Djokovic could become first player to win all 9 Masters events

Tennis: The world no.1 will go into record books if he wins the Cincinnati ATP Masters next month
Novak Djokovic  25 Jul 2013 - 13:05 / by Talal Dar / reads 2231.
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Novak Djokovic has a shot at tennis history next month, when he attempts to complete a sweep of the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments in Cincinnati.

Should the World No. 1 win the Western & Southern Open for the first time, he would become the first singles player to win all of the ATP World Tour's nine premier events.

The achievement would be so unprecedented, that we don't even have a name for it!

That's why the ATP World Tour and Western & Southern Open are giving tennis fans the opportunity to name the sweep. So here's your chance to put your stamp on a piece of tennis history.

The 26-year-old Djokovic has finished runner-up at Cincinnati on four occasions in 2008 (l. to Murray), 2009 (l. to Federer), 2011 (l. to Murray) and 2012 (l. to Federer).

Djokovic won his first ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title at the Sony Open Tennis in Miami in 2007. Here is a look at his ATP World Tour Masters 1000 finals record (14-10 overall).

Year Tournament Final Result
2007 Indian Wells l. to Rafael Nadal 62 75
2007 Miami d. Guillermo Canas 63 62 64
2007 Montreal/Canada d. Roger Federer 76(2) 26 76(2)
2008 Indian Wells d. Mardy Fish 62 57 63
2008 Rome d. Stanislas Wawrinka 46 63 63
2008 Cincinnati l. to Andy Murray 76(4) 76(5)
2009 Miami l. to Andy Murray 62 75
2009 Monte-Carlo l. to Rafael Nadal 63 26 61
2009 Rome l. to Rafael Nadal 76(2) 62
2009 Cincinnati l. to Roger Federer 61 75
2009 Paris d. Gael Monfils 62 57 76(3)
2011 Indian Wells d. Rafael Nadal 46 63 62
2011 Miami d. Rafael Nadal 46 63 76(4)
2011 Madrid d. Rafael Nadal 75 64
2011 Rome d. Rafael Nadal 64 64
2011 Montreal/Canada d. Mardy Fish 62 36 64
2011 Cincinnati l. to Andy Murray 64 30 ret.
2012 Miami d. Andy Murray 61 76(4)
2012 Monte-Carlo l. to Rafael Nadal 63 61
2012 Rome l. to Rafael Nadal 75 63
2012 Toronto/Canada d. Richard Gasquet 63 62
2012 Cincinnati l. to Roger Federer 60 76(7)
2012 Shanghai d. Andy Murray 57 76(11) 63
2013 Monte-Carlo d. Rafael Nadal 62 76(1)

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