Andy Murray's season is turning out even better than he expected: He's won a second Wimbledon title and a second Olympic gold medal, and reached the finals at the Australian Open and French Open.
And on Sunday, he clinched his sixth title of the year with a 7-6 (1), 6-1 victory over Roberto Bautista Agut at the Shanghai Masters, matching his season-high total from 2009.
Now the Scot has his eyes set on yet another prize: the No. 1 ranking. It may be difficult to catch Novak Djokovic this year, but Murray is closing in on his rival.
“I will try to finish this year as strong as I can. And next year if the opportunity is there to reach No. 1, then I want...