“No Mean Feat”: Sachin Tendulkar Hails Novak Djokovic After Wimbledon Triumph

“No Mean Feat”: Sachin Tendulkar Hails Novak Djokovic After Wimbledon Triumph

Novak Djokovic won his seventh Wimbledon title by defeating Nick Kyrgios of Australia in four sets. Despite losing the first set, Djokovic defeated Kyrgios 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (7/3) in the men’s singles final at Center Court on Sunday. With the win, Djokovic now has 21 Grand Slam titles, more than any other man since Rafael Nadal, with a record of 22. Djokovic now has another title from Roger Federer. When he competed hard, he was praised from all over the world.

Legendary Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar tweeted, “Winning 4 consecutive Wimbledons is no small feat.

“It was great to see Novak praising the staff at ickNickKyrgios and #Wimbledon after this win,” he added.

Tendulkar had earlier posted a light-hearted tweet to Kyrgyz on losing his cool. The Australian player was seen on several occasions complaining about being distracted by members of the spectators during the match.

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“I know it’s hot in London but not as hot as سرNickKyrgios’ head,” he tweeted.

“What fun! It’s fun to watch,” he added

“I have lost words for this tournament and this trophy for me,” Djokovic said after his victory. “It has always been and will always be the most special in my heart.”

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