Novak Djokovic Wins Seventh Wimbledon Title And 21st Grand Slam

Novak Djokovic Wins Seventh Wimbledon Title And 21st Grand Slam

Novak Djokovic won his seventh Wimbledon title and 21st Grand Slam crown with a four-set victory over Nick Kyrgios on Sunday, a challenge that ended in disappointment after a brilliant start. Top seed Djokovic won 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (7/3) to equal Pete Sampras’ seven-title title at the All England Club, and Roger has a record of eight men. Went inside one of them. Federer, the 35-year-old Serb, is now one slim ahead of Federer in all-time races and just one behind Rafael Nadal’s record of 22 majors.

“I’m lost in words about what this tournament and this trophy mean to me,” Djokovic said. “It has always been and will always be the most special in my heart.”

At Wimbledon, Djokovic also praised Kyrgyz.

“It’s officially a Bromans,” he announced.

“You have shown that you deserve to be the best in the world, especially at this level. After this tournament, I wish you all the best.”

Djokovic is only the fourth man to win four consecutive Wimbledon titles in the Open after Bourneborg, Sampras and Federer.

Kyrgyz said Serb was “a bit of God.”

“First of all, congratulations to Novak and your team. You have won this championship many times that I don’t even know about.”

The 40th player said he was tired.

“I’m very happy with the result and will probably be back in a day but I don’t know.”

Kyrgios was seen climbing the stairs of the All England Club when the players entered the center court.

“So he lost!”

But when the final began, there was no let-up as Djokovic, playing in the men’s record 32nd Salem final, was blown off the court by his 27-year-old rival with his first command.

Kyrgios ran in the first set, breaking in the fifth game and giving the opener the seventh ax of the match.

Along the way, he displayed an underarm service, a “twiner” and flawless demeanor.

Djokovic, known as the best comeback player in the game and unbeaten in the tournament since 2017, managed to win just five points from Kyrgyzstan.

This was the third consecutive match at Wimbledon in which the 35-year-old dropped the first set.

Djokovic won a lung-hitting 23-shot rally in the third game of the second set and immediately took a 3-1 lead.

It was the first dark murmur of Kyrgyz in the afternoon.

Kyrgios then slipped four break points as Djokovic leveled the final against Australia in the first set in three meetings.

Kyrgios saved two break points in the opening game of the third set.

There was a short break in the game when a demonstrator was kicked out of the stadium for chanting “Where’s Peng Shui?” Regarding the welfare of Chinese women’s tennis star.

Kyrgios became even more anxious when he demanded that a fan be removed from the crowd for engaging in his service.

“This is the woman who looks like she’s drunk 700 drinks, brother,” he told umpire Reynold Liechtenstein.

His afternoon was threatening to open completely when he broke 40-0 in the ninth game, was furious and swore loudly at his team in the players’ box.

Djokovic, with just two unnecessary errors, happily took a two-set lead.

As Kyrgyz continued to demonstrate with himself and his supporters, Djokovic marched for victory, winning the title with a convincing tiebreak.


Djokovic was reminded in a post-match presentation that he had promised to buy Kyrgyz dinner if he won the title again.

“Yes, that’s why he lost!” Mocked the champion.

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