1/24/13 2:06 PM | Cheryl Murray
Novak Djokovic took apart David Ferrer's game in the first of the men's semifinals, with the Serb completely dismantling the Spaniard to earn his spot in Sunday's final.
This match featured Novak Djokovic playing some of his very best aggressive hard-court tennis. The Serb ran roughshod over the No. 4 seed David Ferrer 6-2, 6-2, 6-1. The defending champion's cause was helped along by poor play on the part of Ferrer, who donated 32 unforced errors to the Djokovic cause and hit just 11 winners in the brief match.
Djokovic served up a conservative six aces, but Ferrer, who is known as a great returner, didn't have a whiff at a break point chance. For his part, the world No. 1 did the unlikely and converted on every one of the seven break points he earned.
The match lasted a scant 89 minutes and ensures that Djokovic will be well-rested for his final against either Andy Murray or Roger Federer.
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|1. Djokovic||12 500 pts|
|2. Murray||8 750 pts|
|3. Federer||8 670 pts|
|4. Ferrer||6 970 pts|
|5. Nadal||6 385 pts|
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