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Wimbledon 2022: Novak Djokovic wins 21st Grand Slam title by overcoming Nick Kyrgios in summit clash

The Finals witnessed Kyrgios reaching the Grand Slam Finals for the first time in his career.

Tejas Rathi Author

Updated - 11 July 2022 1:24 am

Novak Djokovic has won the Wimbledon 2022 title beating Nick Kyrgios 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6. It was his 21st Grandslam title and is just one short of equalling Nadal’s figure of 22. Interestingly, it was the 8th anniversary of Djokovic as well, and his wife was present in the center court. The Finals witnessed Kyrgios reaching the Grand Slam Finals for the first time in his career.

In a hard-fought fourth set, both the players were terrific with their all-around play and displayed amazing fitness and endurance. With the equation being 4-4, Djokovic was terrfic with his backhand shots, but the Australian made a fighting comeback to win that particular game.

The next game witnessed Djokovic equalling the scoreline with a serve on his side. However, both the players made it 6-6, and played a tie-breaker, which was ultimately won by Djokovic. However, Djokovic had won the game in 46 seconds by his terrific serves in last edition, but this time his competitor was better in this aspect.

The Serbian International reckoned that it is the most special tournament for him. Then, he praised the talent of Kyrgios and hoped that he will continue the same form.

“I lost words for what this trophy means. It has always been and always will be the most special tournament, said Djokovic.

Nick, you’ll be back. Not just in Wimbledon but in many finals. You showed why you are one of the best players in the world. Congrats to you and your team. I wish you all the best, man. I really think you are an amazing talent. I never thought I’m going to say so many nice things about you, considering the relationship! OK, it’s officially a bromance! Hopefully this is the start of a wonderful friendship. Let’s start with dinner and drinks and we will see, added Djokovic.

The runner-up congratulated Djokovic and also had a bit laugh about his attiude throughout the tournament towards the umpires, ball boys-girls.

“Yeah, he’s a bit of a god, I thought I had played well. I want to congratulate Novak, I don’t how now many times he was won it. And thank the umpires and ball girls and ball boys, i know we have a tough relationship at times. I am so tired. Our team has played so much tennis. I am really happy, it’s the best result of my career so far. Maybe I will be back again, maybe not,” said Djokovic.


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