Novak Djokovic continued his sensational 2015 with a record fourth Paris Masters 1000 title on Sunday.
The top seed was simply too good for Andy Murray, outlasting the Scot 6-2, 6-4 in a touch over 90 minutes on the hard courts of the French capital.
Things looked ominous for Murray from the get go, as the Djokovic ran out to a 3-1 lead in the opening set without breaking a sweat.
The second seed was then forced to save three break points in the fifth game, but the world number one's forehand was sublime, as he continued to land winners from all over the court, eventually earning another break and closing out the set.
The Serb would again break early in the second set, but Murray fought back with aplomb, breaking back immediately and consolidating.
However, Djokovic would continue to lure Murray into baseline rallies, where his stinging forehand often hurt him. A final break in the seventh game would be start of the ten-time grand slam winners' road to victory.
Murray would lament his unforced errors, which stood at 34, while Djokovic made only 12.
No other player has won six Masters 1000 titles in one year, making Djokovic one of the finest players of this generation.