Djokovic vanquished Murray for the fourth time in an Australian Open final.
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Novak Djokovic vanquished Andy Murray for the fourth time in an Australian Open final Sunday to win a record-equaling sixth title and serve notice to his rivals that he could surpass even his stellar 2015 this year.Djokovic reprised the two sets of flawless tennis he played in his semifinal against Roger Federer to race to a 5-0 lead in just 19 minutes.Murray even fought back from 2-0 down in the third, but his resistance snapped in the tiebreak and Djokovic fired down his seventh ace to secure victory.While Emerson's triumphs came in the preprofessional era of the 1960s when few players from the rest of the world made the long journey Down Under, Djokovic's dominance is international.He won 11 titles including three of the four majors last year and already has a 12-0 record this season, having thrashed the other members of the "Big Four" – Rafa Nadal, Federer and Murray – to win in Doha and Melbourne.
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