Andy Murray, is now the new world number one defeating Novak Djokovic in two sets to claim his first ATP World Tour Finals title and secure the year-end top ranking on Sunday (21 November)
It was a 6-3, 6-4 win against his rival, Murray produced a relentless display to overpower the Serb he dislodged from the number one spot earlier this month.
Murray added the title to the Wimbledon crown and Rio Olympics gold despite Djokovic’s Australian Open and French Open titles, the Scot is currently the world’s best player claiming the victory on his third match point.
Murray, three-times Grand Slam Champion is the 17th man to end the year at number one since ATP rankings began in 1973 and only the fourth since 2004. Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Djokovic have shared the position between themselves.