Andy Murray of Great Britain holds the trophy after winning the final match against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France at the Erste Bank Open tennis tournament in Vienna, Austria, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Ronald Zak)
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Andy Murray insisted Monday he felt no additional pressure ahead of his quest to wrest away the world's top ranking from long-time incumbent Novak Djokovic at this week's Paris Masters.Murray can supplant Djokovic at the summit by claiming a first title in the French capital if the Serb fails to reach the final of an event he has dominated in recent times.Murray owns an impressive 69-9 record in 2016 and is just two wins shy of last year's win total, but he was swept aside convincingly by Djokovic in last year's Paris final.The Serb admitted Murray's late assault on his No. 1 ranking had rejuvenated his own faltering season as he looks to extend his 122-week stay at the top.
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