The Scot has won three straight tournaments in Beijing, Shanghai and Vienna. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
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Andy Murray stepped up his assault on Novak Djokovic's world No. 1 ranking by thrashing Lucas Pouille to ease into the quarterfinals of the Paris Masters Thursday. Murray reeled off the final eight games as he dispatched French 13th seed Pouille 6-3, 6-0 to extend his winning streak to 17 matches.Last year's runner-up will meet Tomas Berdych or Gilles Simon next as he bids to end longtime rival Djokovic's 122-week run at the top of the rankings.Djokovic recovered from an early wobble to defeat Grigor Dimitrov 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 as he tries to keep Murray at arm's length.The record four-time champion will remain above Murray at the top of the rankings in case he makes Sunday's final in the French capital, however, Djokovic was made to sweat by the Bulgarian.
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