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>> The third man in history to hold all four Grand Slam titles at once. Novak Djokovic won his first French Open on Sunday, beating Andy Murray three sets to one. Reaching the landmark achievement of the coveted Grand Slam, the first man to do so in nearly 50 years.
The match would have been historic had it gone either way. Andy Murray had been fighting to become the first British man to win the French Open since 1935. The world's two best tennis players had their endurance tested during the French Open. The tournament was blighted by rain delays, causing Djokovic to play four days in succession.
But if he was tired, it certainly didn't show. Born just seven days apart, Murray and Djokovic have become fierce rivals. And at the age of the 29, they're both feeling the ticking clock. Djokovic was defeated in the last three French Open finals, making this victory that much sweeter.