Djokovic is only the third man after Budge and Laver to hold the four majors at the same time
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Novak Djokovic joined the tennis greats Sunday when he downed British second seed Andy Murray 3-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 to claim his maiden French Open title and hold all four Grand Slams at the same time.TheIt looked like Djokovic got off to a dream start, taking Murray's serve to love in the first game.Murray, who beat Djokovic in the Rome Masters Finals on clay last month, went on to win the set when his opponent netted a backhand.Murray pulled a break back but Djokovic shook off late jitters to win the title on his third match point when the Scot netted a backhand at the end of a nail-biting rally.
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