Novak Djokovic came from a set down to Andy Murray to win his first ever French Open Sunday in Paris 36, 61, 62 64 in just over three hours. And the win gave him the Career Slam plus made his the third man in history to win fourt straight Slams.
Djokovic broke Murray seven times in the last three sets to coast to the victory and give him what he called one of the most beautiful moments of his career.
“In the last point I don’t even remember what happened. It was really one of those moments where you just try to be there,” Djokovic said.
“It’s like my spirit has left my body and I was just observing my body, fight the last three, four exchanges, going left to right and hoping that Andy will make a mistake, which has happened. [It was] a thrilling moment. One of the most beautiful I have had in my career.”
The highlights from the 2016 French Open final.
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