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Khachanov revels in 'biggest achievement' after Djokovic upset

Khachanov revels in 'biggest achievement' after Djokovic upset

Djokovic had not been beaten since Stefanos Tsitsipas knocked him out of the Rogers Cup in August, but the new world number one came unstuck against another rising star on Sunday.

The Serb threw his racket down in frustration as Federer again escaped from 15-40 down to move 5-4 ahead, but the 20-time Grand Slam champion's magic fizzled out as the final set headed to a tie-break.

The 14-time Grand Slam champion failed to break Federer once in their three-hour contest on Saturday, but he began the final impressively as he secured the first break of the match, on his fifth break point.

Djokovic, who will replace an injury-plagued Nadal at the top of the rankings on Monday, now leads Federer 25-22 overall and has not lost to the Swiss since 2015.

Earning his fourth straight win over a top-10 player this week, Khachanov, a victor at the Kremlin Cup in Moscow last month, picked up the biggest title of his burgeoning career.

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The following set was underway in a much similar path, as both players did quite well on their serves, before Federer registered the only break throughout the match in the 12th game to force a decider at 7-5.

The 31-year-old, now unbeaten in 22 matches, is a four-time victor of the Paris Masters.

Khachanov's momentum continued in the second set, and the Russian took a 3-1 lead and never looked back.

The Swiss native, after his thriving quarterfinal victory over the Japanese, Kei Nishikori advances to take on the World Number one, Novak Djokovic in the last four of the Rolex Paris Masters. At the end of a one-sided first set, he complained to Khachanov about the over-zealous reactions of the Russian's camp at courtside. Federer made a few unforced errors to give Djokovic a double mini-break, and Djokovic capitalized on the first match point on his serve after a long rally.

Novak Djokovic said he was proud of his "most incredible last five months" despite losing to Karen Khachanov in Sunday's Paris Masters final ahead of his return to world number one.

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"I had some really tough and close matches against top guys and I was really believing that it has to turn around at one point", said Khachanov.

'It was a big challenge, ' the Serb said as he reflected on his victory. 'I couldn't be happier to finish the season like this'.

"I need to keep on working with my team and to improve day by day and to compete with guys like Novak at the biggest tournaments more consistently".

"As I said for the French Open, I will decide at the end of the year to see how it will have an impact on my physical training".

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