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      World number one Novak Djokovic has won the Indian Wells title with a 6-2, 6-0 demolition of Canadian Milos Raonic.

      The defending two-time champ Djokovic, who has taking the crown for the third straight year and a record fifth time overall, earned his 62nd career title and extended his match win streak at the joint ATP and WTA hardcourt tournament to 17 straight.

      Djokovic broke Raonic five times and made just four unforced errors compared to 27 by the Canadian, who exited the court briefly at the end of the first set for a medical break.

      Djokovic needed just 77 minutes to send Raonic packing in one of the fastest men's finals in the four decade history of the California desert tournament.

      Raonic, who usually dominates his opponents with his booming serve, finished with just four aces and two double faults.

      He was broken twice early in the opening set and all three times in the second, winning just three points the entire match on his second serve.

      Djokovic improved to 21-1 on the season with his only loss coming in Dubai to Feliciano Lopez, whom he beat in the fourth round in Indian Wells.

      Djokovic will be hoping to claim his first French Open victory in two months which would complete a career Grand Slam.

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      Congrats to him.

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