World no.1 Novak Djokovic continued his domination of men's tennis with a 6-3 6-3 win over fellow Uniqlo's ambassador Kei Nishikori in the Miami Open final at Key Biscayne, a win which sees him become tennis' all-time leading money winner.
Djokovic collected a sum of USD1,028,300 on weekend and his career earnings has approached USD100 million.
With four titles in 2016, following victories at the Australian Open, Qatar and Indian Wells, Djokovic will definitely be looking forward to the upcoming clay court season. The French Open remains to be the only Grand Slam title that is missing from his collection.
The Serbian only needed 85 minutes to join Andre Agassi as a six-time Miami Open winner.
Djokovic said his first Miami win in 2007 paved the way for a career that now includes a massive total of 63 ATP titles.
"It gave me a lot of confidence, a lot of self belief that I can finally win these big tournaments, finally beat the top players," he said.
"Every year I come back to this tournament I get goose bumps from those days. I was still 19 years old and making my way to the top."
Djokovic seems invincible and untouchable at the moment
It was his fourth consecutive championship, and a record 28th overall, in the Masters 1000.
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