Andy Murray of Britain celebrates after winning his men's singles finals match against Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain at the Shanghai Masters tennis tournament in Shanghai on October 16, 2016. / AFP / JOHANNES EISELE
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Andy Murray demolished Roberto Bautista to win the Shanghai Masters as he edged closer to Novak Djokovic's world No. 1 ranking Sunday.Murray's first serve of the match was a thumping ace and he took a grip on the opening set at 3-3 when Bautista netted a backhand to lose the first break point of the match.But Murray, serving at 5-4, lost three set points and got in a tangle on a drop shot to hand Bautista his first break point, which he converted with a strong forehand.Bautista twice double-faulted to go a break down before handing over yet another break, making victory a formality for Murray who tucked away his first championship point.
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