Djokovic and Murray holf their trophies at the Foro Italico in Rome.
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Britain's Andy Murray celebrated his 29th birthday in style Sunday by winning his maiden Rome Masters title with a hard-fought win over disgruntled world No. 1 Novak Djokovic.Murray, the No. 2 seed who suffered defeat to Djokovic in last week's Masters final in Madrid, prevailed 6-3, 6-3 in 1 hour, 35 minutes.From a total of 32 previous meetings it is only Murray's 10th win over tennis' man of the moment.Murray piled the pressure on from the start, earning a trio of break chances in Djokovic's first service game.Djokovic saved them all, but two games later Murray grabbed the first break of the match when he forced Djokovic into a backhand error for 3-1 .The Serbian skimmed his racket off the ground in another angry gesture after Murray got the first break of the set in game five.
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