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Novak Djokovic finally wins French Opens after beating Andy Murray in Finals

Novak Djokovic finally wins French Opens after beating Andy Murray in Finals- A French Open champion at long last. He is the first man to win four consecutive in nearly half- century major championships, Novak Djokovic grabbed a racket that had gave him such heartbreak in the time before. Djokovic became the first man in nearly in half- century to win four successive major championships and finally earned an difficult French Open title to complete and to beat Andy Murray by 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 and 6-4 on Sunday.

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Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic

When he finally was handed the La Coupe des Mousquetaires — the trophy he truly wanted for which he needed to complete a career in Grand Slam — Djokovic held it overhead, his eyes shut, before kissing it, exhaling and smiling broadly. When his victory was over, Djokovic used a racket to etch a heart in the red clay that had given him such heartbreak before and dropped down on his back.

The last man to hold all four titles was Rod Laver in 1969, he earned a calendar-year Grand Slam. Novak Djokovic now can set his life on ultimate tennis achievement because he is halfway there. Djokovic, the 29-year-old guy from Serbia, owns six titles from Australian Open, three from Wimbledon and two from the U.S. and from Grand Slam total are 12. Only Roger Federer (with 17), Rafael Nadal (14) and Pete Sampras (14) have more among mens. He is also one of eight men with at least one championship at each major. Djokovic’s most imposing adversary might have been the knowledge that the tournament that meant the most to him was the only tournament he couldn’t win or played well. When Djokovic sketched a love to his fans and then laid down on his back, it repeated and made him famous by three-time French Open champion Gustavo Kuerten.

On Sunday – the weather overcast but dries, unlike so much of the rainy past two weeks – the first choruses of “No-le! No-le!” accompanied Djokovic’s entrance to the court. Again when he skipped from sideline to baseline to receive in the opening game – and, louder still, when Novak Djokovic broke two-time major champion Murray to start.

He broke again to begin the set (fourth) and he had a few mistakes in the closing games, his arduous journey to history was soon complete.

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