Cross Posted at Megan's Minute
Novak Djokovic beat the bejeezes out of the top three players in the world last
weekend and won the $2.45 million Rogers Cup in Montreal. His
pummeling of Andy Roddick in the quarters and Rafael Nadal in the semis was just a prelude to his humongous win over Roger Federer...that's right, Roger Federer, in yesterday's final. He played two magnificent
tie-breaks to beat the number one player in the world, 7-6 (7-2), 2-6,
"Especially against Federer in the final, to win those tiebreaks was incredible," Djokovic said. "I managed to win these tiebreaks against a player who probably has the best record in tiebreaks, who is the strongest player mentally in the world right now."