Murray is one of the sport’s most intense competitors. Reuters
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Andy Murray will finish 2016 on top of the world rankings after an imperious 6-3, 6-4 victory over Novak Djokovic clinched his first ATP Tour Finals title Sunday.Djokovic added: "I played better late in the match but it wasn't enough.Djokovic had won 24 of his 34 previous Tour-level meetings with Murray, including the Finals of this year's Australian and French Opens, and had lost to the Scot only twice in 15 matches since 2013 .Murray looked remarkably fresh as he glided around the court, working Djokovic into enough awkward positions in the fifth game to earn two break points.Djokovic was reeling and Murray showed no mercy with another ruthless break for a 4-1 lead.With the finish line in sight, Djokovic got one break back, but Murray quickly regained his focus to seal one of the best wins of his life.
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