We'll see I guess. I thought that Rome and especially London were inexplicably bad performances from Djokovic, and didn't really suggest that Murray had made a breakthrough.
Always takes two to tango. Just as relevant to suggest that Murray had bad patches today and in Paris. It's always going to play out like that between them from now on - if either of them isn't on top form, the other will win, and every once in a while we'll see matches that just come down to a couple of points.
It's a bloody brilliant rivalry to watch - and for a couple of years, that wasn't the case. But you'll be waiting a long time for Djokovic to go on another 8 match winning streak...:-)