French Open 2016: Djokovic beats Murray to complete career grand slamUpdated 1627 GMT (0027 HKT) June 5, 2016 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Photos: French Open final 2016Novak Djokovic beats Andy Murray 3-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 to win the French Open and complete a career grand slam.Hide Caption 1 of 9 Photos: French Open final 2016The world No. 1 becomes just the eighth man in history to win all four grand slam titles -- the French Open, Wimbledon, Australian Open and U.S. Open.Hide Caption 2 of 9 Photos: French Open final 2016Murray took the first set of the encounter but was going up against a career record of 10 wins and 23 losses against Djokovic.Hide Caption 3 of 9 Photos: French Open final 2016Cheered on by wife Kim Sears and coach Jamie Delgado, the Brit was aiming to win his third grand slam after winning the 2012 U.S. Open and Wimbledon in 2013.Hide Caption 4 of 9 Photos: French Open final 2016But Djokovic dominated from thereon, dropping just seven more games en route to winning the match.Hide Caption 5 of 9 Photos: French Open final 2016Both Murray and Djokovic were angered on a number of occasions during the match. Murray continued to have trouble with the overhead camera...Hide Caption 6 of 9 Photos: French Open final 2016While Djokovic felt aggrieved after the umpire awarded a point to Murray following a late call from a line judge.Hide Caption 7 of 9 Photos: French Open final 2016A whole host of famous stars were out to watch the final, including Oscar-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio (C).Hide Caption 8 of 9 Photos: French Open final 2016As well as going up against Djokovic, Murray was facing a crowd heavily in the Serb's favor. Hide Caption 9 of 9Novak Djokovic beats Andy Murray in four sets to win the French Open and complete a career grand slam.More from Sport - TennisSerena Williams' return sparks seeding debate about pregnancyJohn McEnroe is paid 10 times what Martina Navratilova gets for doing Wimbledon broadcastsRoger Federer loses to Juan Martin del Potro in Indian Wells finalRafael Nadal 'living with pain and painkillers since 2005'Roger Federer: Will Swiss star play French Open?