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PARIS---Novak Djokovic rallied
from a set down yesterday to
beat John Isner 6-7 (5), 6-1, 6-
2 and reach the quarterfinals of
the Paris Masters.
Isner saved six break points to
force the early tiebreaker and
took the first set when Djokovic's
backhand sailed wide.
The second-seeded Serb raised
his game in the second set, mak-
ing only two unforced errors and
breaking Isner twice.
"I just needed to be very tough
mentally and just believe I can
make a break," Djokovic said. "I
knew as soon as I make a break
I'm going to start playing better
and relaxed in a way, so that's
Djokovic then won the last five
games of the match, finishing
off the American with a back-
Djokovic stretched his winning
streak to 14 matches after taking
the China Open and the Shang-
hai Masters titles in October.
"In China, I have had probably
the best two weeks of the year,
except at the beginning of the
year, so it gives me a lot of con-
fidence," Djokovic said. "I feel
that I'm back mentally where I
need to be, and hopefully I can
maintain this winning streak and
I can kind of keep on playing
better and better."
The Australian Open cham-
pion next plays Stanislas
Wawrinka, who stayed in con-
tention for one of the two
remaining ATP Finals spots by
defeating Nicolas Almagro of
Spain 6-3, 6-2.
The seventh-seeded Swiss ral-
lied from a 3-1 deficit in the first
set and broke Almagro twice in
Roger Federer also moved into
the quarterfinals by dismissing
Philipp Kohlschreiber of Ger-
many 6-3, 6-4.
The fifth-seeded Swiss saved
three break points and broke once
in each set, improving his record
against Kohlschreiber to 8-0.
Federer, who won the Paris
Masters in 2011, next faces Juan
Martin del Potro in a rematch of
last weekend's Swiss Indoors
final. The fourth-seeded Argen-
tine overcame Grigor Dimitrov
of Bulgaria 3-6, 6-3, 6-4.
Del Potro broke for a 5-4 lead
in the deciding set before hitting
a forehand winner on match
point. Defending champion
David Ferrer also advanced, beat-
ing Gilles Simon of France 6-2,
BOSTON---David Ortiz and the
Boston Red Sox capped a remarkable
turnaround by beating the St Louis
Cardinals 6-1 in Game 6 on Wednes-
day to win their third World Series
championship in 10 seasons.
And the Red Sox didn't have to fly
the trophy home. For the first time
since Babe Ruth's team back in 1918,
Boston won the title at Fenway Park.
The 101-year-old ballpark, oldest in
the majors, was packed with 38,447
singing, shouting fans anticipating a
celebration 95 years in the making.
"Maybe they won't have to go anoth-
er 95 years," said John Farrell, a cham-
pion in his first season as Boston's man-
Shane Victorino, symbolic of the
resilient Red Sox, returned from a stiff
back and got Boston started with a
three-run double off sensation Michael
John Lackey became the first pitcher
to start and win a World Series clincher
for two different teams, allowing one
run over 6 2-3 innings 11 years after
his Game 7 victory as an Angels rookie
With fans roaring on every pitch and
cameras flashing, Koji Uehara struck
out Matt Carpenter for the final out.
The Japanese pitcher jumped into the
arms of catcher David Ross while Red
Sox players rushed from the dugout
and bullpen as the Boston theme "Dirty
Water" played over loud speakers.
"We have a lot of players with heart.
We probably don't have the talent that
we had in '07 and '04, but we have
guys that are capable (of staying)
focused and do the little things," said
Ortiz, the Series Most Valuable Play-
er.There wasn't the comeback charm
of the 2004 team that swept St Louis
to end an 86-year title drought. There
wasn't that cool efficiency of the 2007
team that swept Colorado.
This time, they were "Boston Strong"
--- playing for a city shaken by the
marathon bombings in April. (AP)
Djokovic into Paris
Red Sox win World Series
title at Fenway Park
Serbia's Novak Djokovic returns the ball to John Isner of the USA,
during their match at the Paris Masters tennis tournament, in the Paris
Bercy stadium, yesterday. AP PHOTO
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