"Credit to Stan for playing a great second drawback and coming back, winning five matches in a row, functioning more precisely, playing more strong in the service line," Djokovic said. "But I still felt like I had been hitting the ball well. With this particular type of feeling and strategy, I got to the next set and played the very best set of the tournament up to now."
The Briton is pursuing his fifth title of 36th and the season . His last was in August, when he beat Djokovic final.
"It is always quite physical, additionally quite emotionally demanding (against Murray)," Djokovic said. "We push each other to the limitation, and that I do not expect anything less."
"I've no regrets, I gave everything," Wawrinka said. "Clearly, exhaustion is there and it was really difficult to fight now, but I am pleased with the way I managed to shove him."
The fourth-seeded Wawrinka finished Djokovic's 29- completely crumbled in the decider, although set winning streak to level the match, dropping his serve three times.
The 10-time Grand Slam winner nailed his third match point when Wawrinka's forehand sailed out, as well as the players embraced in the net.
"I do value that. Djokovic believe that was reinforced even more after the Roland Garros final."
In the beginning of the next set broke and held for 2 - 0.
Wawrinka gave up attempting to shorten the points to conserve energy, and began breaking Djokovic in the fifth effort in a long fourth match, finding his range, and holding to adore having an enormous ace -2, and breaking Djokovic.
Frustration got the better when he missed three opportunities to break back in the match that was next, after smashing his racket and he received a warning.
Wawrinka received an enormous roar in the Paris bunch after holding to adore having a volley in the net, however a thrilling third set never occurred.
"Stan had no energy to return at 0-3 down (in the last set), he began playing too quickly," Wawrinka said. "Given how late Stan ended last night, as well as the conflict I'd against Nadal, it was exhausting."
Murray beat against Ferrer in the French Open quarterfinals and leads him 11- 6 including six.
No. reeled off the past five matches of the match, beat an early break in every set, and immediately procured success.
"Murray played some great tennis. I was able to shorten lots of the points," Murray said. "There was some variety in there with all the manner by which the points ended."
Murray seemed after opening up a 3-1 lead.
Ferrer broke for a 3-1 lead in the 2nd set.
But again, Murray, who secured victory when Ferrer's attempted drop shot hit the net could not be punished by him.