The Serb recovered from the first set to blitz Andy Murray
Novak Djokovic produced a clinical display to blitz Andy Murray 3-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 in the French Open final to become just the eighth man in history to complete a career Grand Slam.
The top seed and world number one conceded the first set to his Scottish opponent, but produced a magnificent display to win the next three sets on an aggregate score of 18-7.
The Serbian dominated sets two and three and looked to be cruising in the fourth set when he led 5-2, with Murray fading, but the Scot found some extra reserves from within to win the next two sets, with his service and forehand causing problems for his opponent.
A tense finish ensued and after Murray brought it back to deuce, but on match point he netted a backhand handing Djokovic the historic win.
For Murray, the wait goes on for a British winner at the Open since Fred Perry in 1935.