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Djokovic beats Murray to win Paris Masters title

World number one Novak Djokovic secured his 10th title of the year with an emphatic victory over Britain’s Andy Murray at the Paris Masters final.

The 6-2, 6-4 win, achieved in just over 90 minutes, also ensured the Serb claimed a record fourth title in Paris. He is the first player to win six ATP Masters series events in the same year.

Murray, 28, made too many unforced errors against an in-form Djokovic, who has now beaten him in six of their seven encounters this year.

Villa hold City, Arsenal rescue point against Spurs

Bottom club Aston Villa held leaders Manchester City to a goalless draw in Remi Garde’s first game as manager.

Displaying a new-found defensive solidity, the hosts restricted City well although Raheem Sterling should have scored with a close-range header.

Fernando saw a late header hit the bar for the visitors, while substitute Fabian Delph’s low shot rolled just wide.

Also yesterday, substitute Kieran Gibbs scored deep in the game to rescue a point for Arsenal in a pulsating north London derby against Tottenham.

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