Gallery: Novak Djokovic in seventh heaven as sun sets on 2019 Australian Open
World No 1 Novak Djokovic took on Rafael Nadal in the 2019 Australian Open men’s final and we take you through the match with our gallery.
Here is your world No 1 Djokovic arriving at Rod Laver Arena for the showpiece match.
Nadal wasn’t too far behind.
The Spaniard found himself up against it early on.
Djokovic was in a class of his own.
It was a frustrating evening for the 17-time Grand Slam winner.
It took just over two hours for Djokovic to wrap up the win.
The Serb fans outside the stadium certainly enjoyed that.
Nadal collects his runner-up trophy.
Your 2019 Australian Open winner Novak Djokovic.
The man from Serbia seals his 15th Grand Slam trophy with a kiss.
Your two finalists side by side.
The sun sets on the 2019 Australian Open.
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