Novak Djokovic won the seventh Wimbledon title and the 21st Grand Slam crown on Sunday, winning four sets against Nick Kyrgios.
Top-seeded Djokovic won 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (7/3), rivaling Pete Sampras’ seven titles at the All England Club, held by Roger 8 It fits in one of the two men’s records. Federer.
The 35-year-old Serbs are one slam ahead of Federer in previous races, just one behind Rafael Nadal’s 22-major record.
He is also the fourth man in the open era to win the Wimbledon title four times in a row, after Federer, Sampras and Bjorn Borg.
On the way to the center court, Kyrgios was seen yawning at the top of the All England Club stairs.
However, Djokovic, who played in the men’s record 32nd slam final, was lethargic when the final began as his 27-year-old opponent made a maiden’s bow and was blown off the court.
Kyrgios ran through the first set, rushed into the fifth game, and won the opener in the seventh ace of the contest.
Along the way, he performed an impeccable behaviour, with one armpit serve, “Twiner.”
Known as the best returner in the game and undefeated in tournaments since 2017, Djokovic was able to score just four points from Kyrgios’ serve.
It was the third consecutive game at Wimbledon that the 35-year-old player dropped his first set.
Djokovic won the lung-destroying 23-shot rally in the third game of the second set and quickly took the lead of 3-1.
It was a clue to Kyrgios’ first dark tweet in the afternoon.
Later, when Djokovic took the first set with the Australians in three meetings and leveled the finals, Kyrgios saw four break points shift.
World No. 40 Kyrgios saved two breakpoints in the opening game of the third set.
Play was temporarily suspended when protesters sent off the stadium by yelling “Where is Peng Shuai?” In connection with the welfare of Chinese female tennis stars.
Kyrgios became even more anxious when he demanded that his fans be removed from the crowd because he was distracted by the serve.
“It’s the woman who looks like she drank 700 cups,” he told referee Renault Liechtenstein.
His afternoon, when he broke up from 40-0 in Game 9, threatened to be completely unleashed and sweared loudly by the team in the player’s box.
Djokovic was happy to bounce off a two-set-to-one lead with just two unforced errors.
Djokovic walked for victory and closed the title with a compelling tiebreaker while Kyrgios continued demonstrating with himself and his supporters.