Andy Murray's Paris title closure on an unforgettable week

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"Sometimes after you achieve something big, or something that you maybe didn't expect, it can be quite easy to have a letdown and feel a little bit flat," Murray told the media after the final, a reference to having clinched the No.

Or you could argue the absence of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal were a great boon to Murray, on the grounds that beating two or even three of the Big Four at the same tournament has always been a bridge too far for him.

Although Djokovic was busy "evolving" as a human being and trying to sort out his desires and goals after completing his career Grand Slam at Murray's expense at the French Open, the Scot sucked it up and soldiered on.

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