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Novak Djokovich wins again!

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To join Roger Federer, Pete Sampras, and Bjorn Borg as the only men in the Open Era with a streak of four consecutive Wimbledon titles, is Novak Djokovic. Djokovic won his seventh Wimbledon championship and fourth in a row on Sunday after defeating Nick Kyrgios in a beautiful match on Centre Court. With a final score of 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (7-3), the top seed surpassed Roger Federer and is now only one Grand Slam championship behind Rafael Nadal.


Djokovic and Kyrgios joked about their “bromance” after exchanging pre-match Instagram messages. “Nick, you’ll be back, not just at Wimbledon but in the finals. I know that it’s tough to find consolation words after a tough loss like this, you showed why you deserve to be one of the best players in the world, particularly on this surface,” said Djokovic.  At the All England Club, the Serbian has won seven of the last eleven titles, tying Pete Sampras and coming within one of Federer’s record for men’s singles.


After a rough season, Djokovic finally found his groove on Centre Court and celebrated his latest historic victory by raising his arms skyward. Kyrgios’ performance and demeanour in his maiden major singles final were major points of interest. Kyrgios broke Djokovic in the fifth game and clinched the set with his seventh ace, demonstrating a level of play that left his opponent in awe.


Although a set victory over Djokovic has meant little at this year’s Wimbledon, the top seed did what he does best and won in straight sets by establishing a steady rhythm from the baseline and on return. He took a 3-1 lead after breaking Kyrgios’s serve for the first time in their three matches against each other. The Australian vented his frustration at his box. They were sitting in the Royal Box, so Prince George could hear them as they shifted about in their cushy seats.


Kyrgios had the majority of the audience behind him, and he riled them up by pumping his fist in the air and running after a drop shot at 3-5, earning himself four break points. Now that Djokovic was so adept at reading Kyrgios’s serve, the pressure on the challenger was mounting. Kyrgios won a point with a tweener in the fifth game of the third set, was given a code violation for swearing after a spectator shouted out before his second serve, and then begged umpire Renaud Liechtenstein to have the woman “who looks like she’s had about 700 drinks, bro” expelled.


Mark Philippoussis, Andy Roddick, Tomas Berdych, Marin Cilic, Kevin Anderson, and Matteo Berrettini have all lost in the Wimbledon finals since Roger Federer won his first title in 2003, but only Andy Murray has been able to break the big three’s dominance. After receiving the runner-up trophy from the Duchess of Cambridge while wearing a red baseball cap (perhaps in violation of the rigorous Wimbledon dress rule), Kyrgios said: “In some ways, he is a god. I felt like I did quite well. To all the ball kids, umpires – I know we have a tough relationship – thank you for putting up with me. And the crowd have been amazing. “Absolutely not, I’m so tired.” Everyone on my team and I am completely spent. I really need to take a break. In my professional experience, this is the most successful outcome. Perhaps someday I will return.” In the end, Kyrgios was fined the maximum amount allowed by Wimbledon and had to withdraw from the tournament. He was fined £3,000 for using audible profanity, bringing the total for the past two weeks to £15,000. For making it to the championship round, he received £1,050,000.

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