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Defending champion Roger Federer and Andy Murray await in China's southeastern metropolis, in what is a challenge of a different order for Djokovic with an elite men's field.After a breathtaking China Open, when he lost only 18 games and extended his record to 9-0 in Chinese Finals, Djokovic had no doubts about maintaining his level this week.Second seed Federer preferred not to dwell on a potential final against Djokovic, as he sizes up his half of the draw which includes Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Kei Nishikori and Stanislas Wawrinka.Britain's Murray is returning from a nearly four-week break as he heads into a busy season's end which will culminate in next month's Davis Cup final against Belgium.
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