Only a few hours after winning his fourth Australian Open trophy, Novak Djokovic was already feeling the presence of the French Open, more than just a mirage in the tennis spring. But the No. 1 was working at enjoying his 6-7 (2-7), 7-6, (7-3), 6-3, 6-2 win over Andy Murray which made the Serb the first man in the post-1968 Open era to win three titles in a row in Melbourne. Celebrations lasted well into the morning for Djokovic and his team, with the owner of six Slam titles and flushed with success after winning a battle of defense where the first break came after 34 service holds between him and Murray.
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