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Djokovic beats Ferrer to win Abu Dhabi exhibition

 Spain's Rafael Nadal returns the ball to Roger Federer from Switzerland during the final day of the Abu Dhabi Mubadala Tennis Championship, Saturday,...
 Spain's Rafael Nadal returns the ball to Roger Federer from Switzerland during the final day of Abu Dhabi Mubadala Tennis Championship, Saturday, Dec...
 Roger Federer from Switzerland returns the ball to Spain's Rafael Nadal during the final day of Abu Dhabi Mubadala Tennis Championship, Saturday, Dec...
 Spain's Rafael Nadal returns the ball to Roger Federer from Switzerland during the final day of the Abu Dhabi Mubadala Tennis Championship, Saturday,...
 Roger Federer from Switzerland returns the ball to Spain's Rafael Nadal during the final day of the Abu Dhabi Mubadala Tennis Championship, Saturday,...

Mideast Emirates Abu Dhabi Tennis Championship

Spain's Rafael Nadal returns the ball to Roger Federer from Switzerland during the final day of the Abu Dhabi Mubadala Tennis Championship, Saturday,...

Mideast Emirates Abu Dhabi Tennis Championship

Spain's Rafael Nadal returns the ball to Roger Federer from Switzerland during the final day of Abu Dhabi Mubadala Tennis Championship, Saturday, Dec...

Mideast Emirates Abu Dhabi Tennis Championship

Roger Federer from Switzerland returns the ball to Spain's Rafael Nadal during the final day of Abu Dhabi Mubadala Tennis Championship, Saturday, Dec...

Mideast Emirates Abu Dhabi Tennis Championship

Spain's Rafael Nadal returns the ball to Roger Federer from Switzerland during the final day of the Abu Dhabi Mubadala Tennis Championship, Saturday,...

Mideast Emirates Abu Dhabi Tennis Championship

Roger Federer from Switzerland returns the ball to Spain's Rafael Nadal during the final day of the Abu Dhabi Mubadala Tennis Championship, Saturday,...

Novak Djokovic showed he remains the player to beat in 2012, routing David Ferrer 6-2, 6-1 Saturday to win the World Tennis Championship exhibition tournament.
The top-ranked Djokovic also beat Gael Monfils and then routed Roger Federer en route to his first Abu Dhabi title.
The fifth-ranked Ferrer had upset second-ranked Rafael Nadal in the semis but couldn't find an answer for Djokovic, who broke the Spaniard five times and took 3-0 leads in both sets.
Earlier, Nadal shook off an ailing shoulder to beat Federer 6-1, 7-5 to claim third place in the $250,000 winner-takes-all six-man tournament which is treated as a warm-up for the new ATP season.