Novak Djokovic is aiming for his sixth Masters Series title of the season as he takes on Andy Murray in the final of the Paris Masters on Sunday (8 November)
Where to Watch Live
The game starts at 2pm GMT. Live coverage of the match will be on Sky Sports 4 and Sky Sports 4 HD.
World No 1 Novak Djokovic is aiming to equal his best-ever season tally of 10 titles, which he achieved during the 2011 season. He currently has nine titles and can better his record if he wins in Paris and the final tournament of the year in London, the Barclays ATP Finals. The Serb has been in tremendous form this season, reaching the final of every Grand Slam, and winning three, with only the French Open still eluding him.
Djokovic is facing Andy Murray for the 30th time in their careers, and will be keen to continue his dominance over the Briton. He beat him in the semi-finals of the 2015 Shanghai Masters, which was their most recent meeting.
Murray, meanwhile, is looking for his fifth title of the season, which includes two Masters Series titles. The World No 3 has already lost to Djokovic five times this season, including the final of the Australian Open and the Miami Masters. However, he got the better of the Serbian at the Montreal Masters, and will be keen to repeat that performance ahead of the showdown on Sunday.
Betting Odds (888Sport.com)
- Djokovic Win: 5/19
- Murray Win: 14/5
The pair have had a long rivalry lasting just under a decade, and have played each other 29 times in all competitions, with Djokovic leading by a mammoth 20-9 margin.