Photo: Novak Djokovic dedicates ATP World Tour Finals win to his wife Jelena

Novak Djokovic pays tribute to his wife Jelena after beating Roger Federer to win the ATP World Tour Finals

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A photo posted by Novak Djokovic (@djokernole) on

Novak Djokovic paid tribute to his wife Jelena after the world No1 made history by beating Roger Federer in straight sets to win the ATP World Tour Finals title for the fourth successive year.

The Serb was in top form as he beat Federer 6-3 6-4 at London’s O2 Arena to win the season-ending crown.

And the 28-year-old used his personal Instagram account to upload a picture of himself with his partner after the match.

Djokovic wrote: “Thank you to my wonderful wife for inspiring me everyday…you made this the best year of my life😅”

The Champ did it again ! @djokernole #teamdjokovic #atpfinals

A photo posted by Boris Becker (@borisbeckerofficial) on

Djokvovic’s coach Boris Becker also joined in the celebrations, as the German posted the picture above on his own account.

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