16 November 2012 16:17 | By Tan Thiam Peng, xinmsn Sports editor
Person of the Week: Novak Djokovic

Several world-beating performances this week, but the Djoker got serious and levelled his peers



Several world-beating performances this week, but the Djoker got serious and levelled his peers (© Back Page Images/Rex Features)
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  • Several world-beating performances this week, but the Djoker got serious and levelled his peers (© IBL/Rex Features)
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  • Several world-beating performances this week, but the Djoker got serious and levelled his peers (© Getty Images)
  • Several world-beating performances this week, but the Djoker got serious and levelled his peers (© Back Page Images/Rex Features)
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Another tight call at xinmsn Sports as the year winds down.

Two 60-somethings dominated headlines in Los Angeles and very much across the hoops fraternity – the surprising pick eventually won the tussle.

At the other side of the Atlantic, one Kiwi landed and destroyed the Scots. The latter’s neighbours were also given an individual lesson by a Swedish hitman.

But this man must top them all.

Novak Djokovic traversed the world and, although wasn’t as dominant last year, still finished as tennis’ year-end number one.

He convincingly defeated Roger Federer on Sunday to win the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals, his sixth title in 2012.

Among them was the Australian Grand Slam, while the Serb also made the finals of Roland Garros and the US Open.

If you look at his 75-12 win-loss record this year, it’s actually not far from his 2011’s 70-6.

Click on for more of this tennis wizard and this week’s other nominees.

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