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Andy Murray's climb to the top of the world rankings took a while longer than it takes thrill-seeking tourists to reach the summit of the O2 Arena roof walk.Murray holds a 405-point lead over Djokovic, but with 275 Davis Cup points to come off his total, next week's tournament is effectively a decider.What is more, Djokovic, winner of the last four ATP World Tour Finals, has been placed in the easier of the two groups.Djokovic won the Australian Open and completed his career slam by winning the French Open, downing Murray in the final on both occasions. He has failed to win a title since claiming the Rogers Cup in July and suffered a first career loss to Cilic in Paris last week, opening the door for Murray to climb to the top.
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