Djokovic easily beats Murray to win Paris Masters title

PARIS (AP) Novak Djokovic beat Andy Murray 6-2, 6-4 to win the Paris Masters for the third straight year and a record fourth time, dominating the second-seeded Briton from the outset in a one-sided final that saw Murray on the back foot throughout.

The top-ranked Serb was largely untroubled clinching his 10th title of the season - four ahead of Roger Federer and six more than Murray. It was the 58th title of his glittering career and 26th in Masters events, two more than Federer and one behind leader Rafael Nadal.

Djokovic also extended his winning streak to 22 matches, and will be odds-on favorite to make it 11 titles for 2015 by winning the season-ending ATP finals for the fourth straight time when that tournament starts in London on Nov. 15.

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