Novak Djokovic brushed aside Canada’s Milos Raonic 6-2, 6-3 to win the Paris Masters

Novak Djokovic puts No 1 spot nearly out of reach for Roger Federer

Djokovic won the Paris Masters on Sunday

Andy Murray of Great Britain smiles in his quarterfinal match against Novak Djokovic
Switzerland's Roger Federer (R) walks to his seat after loosing the first set against Canada's Milos Raonic

Paris Masters 2014: ATP World Tour Finals still calling Milos Raonic as missile serve fillets Roger Federer

Federer's run comes to an end in 7-6, 7-5 defeat

Caroline Wozniacki

Caroline Wozniacki prepares to make history in the New York Marathon

Caroline Wozniacki, who runs this weekend, is thought to be the first active top-level tennis pro to enter a marathon

Andy Murray reaches for a return during his victory over Grigor Dimitrov in Paris yesterday

After 22 matches in 36 days – in four countries – Andy Murray’s off to London

Scot stretches himself to the point of exhaustion to reach World Tour Finals

Andy Murray celebrates a point against Grigor Dimitrov

Andy Murray guarantees place at the ATP World Tour Finals with victory against Grigor Dimitrov

The Scot won 6-3 6-3 to ensure he'll be taking part at the O2 next month

Andy Murray celebrates his win over Julien Benneteau

Andy Murray looks to long term, coach Amelie Mauresmo to 'adventure'

Murray won 6-3, 6-4 in the second round in Paris today

Andy Murray hopes to reach No 4 in the world by the end of the year

Paris Masters 2014: Andy Murray hopes punishing schedule will reap big dividends next year

Scot reveals that making the season-ending World Tour Finals was not the biggest motivation for his rapid climb back up the rankings

Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic tries to figure out how he can hold off the challenge of Roger Federer

Serb wants to still be the daddy and retain the world No 1 spot

Serena Williams celebrates winning the WTA Finals

WTA Finals: Triumph shows Serena Williams is in class of her own

American defeated Simona Halep 6-3, 6-0 to win event

Andy Murray wins the Valencia Open

Andy Murray wins gruelling final to take huge stride towards spot at the ATP World Tour Finals

Murray saved five match points to beat Tommy Robredo 3-6 7-6 7-6

Serena Williams heads for defeat against Simona Halep

WTA Tour Finals: Serena Williams vs Simona Halep match preview

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Serena Williams at the WTA Finals

WTA Finals: Serena Williams comes through against Caroline Wozniacki to set up final against Simona Halep

Williams and Halep met earlier in the tournament, with Serena suffering her heaviest defeat for 16 years

Andy Murray makes a return during his win over Kevin Anderson on Friday

ATP World Tour Finals 2014: Andy Murray faces David Ferrer with 02 spot at stake

A place at next month's Finals in London could effectively be at stake between the pair

Andy Murray lost just two points on his first serve as he eased past Italy’s Fabio Fognini yesterday

Valecia Open: Andy Murray into last eight to raise hopes of making World Tour Finals

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