Tennis legend Roger Federer turned in another masterful performance at the 2012 Western & Southern Open on Sunday afternoon, as the Swiss star took down Novak Djokovic in the men's finale over two sets, 6-0, 7-6.
Federer's victory now gives him five career titles at Cincinnati's Western & Southern Open, along with a second straight marquee head-to-head win over rival Djokovic. En route to snapping Djokovic's 15-match winning streak on hard court surfaces, Federer needed only 20 minutes to take the first set 6-0 before a hotly-contested second set gave him the win.
The No. 1 seed entering the tournament, Federer struggled visibly with Stanislas Wawrinka in Friday's semifinal match before stepping his game up in a huge way on Sunday. The unranked Wawrinka was the story of the tournament for his impressive play leading into the semis, and in the end would prove to be Federer's closest match this year in Cincinnati.
For full results of this year's tournament, go here.