Murray closed out the match against Dimitrov in under two hours. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
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Andy Murray outgunned Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov 6-4 7-6(2) in the China Open final Sunday to claim his 40th career title and continue his pursuit of the world No. 1 spot. Murray closed out the match in an hour and 57 minutes to become the 16th player to win 40 ATP titles.Murray took the first set and looked set to serve out the second when leading 5-4 before Dimitrov forced a tiebreak.Murray will be seeking his third Shanghai title next week where he has a first-round bye.
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