Djokovic played quietly on centre court and won the final 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (7-3). Djokovic has overtaken Federer in the race for the most Grand Slam titles. Nadal leads with 22 titles, while Djokovic is second with 21 titles. Federer is third with 20 titles.
Serbia's Novak Djokovic has reasserted his monopoly on Wimbledon. True, Nick Kyrgios challenged Djokovic by winning the first set; But Djokovic did not waver. He played quietly and lifted the title for the seventh time on Wimbledon's centre court. Djokovic is now the second-highest Grand Slam champion with 21 titles.
Djokovic lost the first set thanks to Kyrgios' impressive serve. However, Djokovic played quietly on centre court and won the final 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (7-3). Djokovic has overtaken Federer in the race for the most Grand Slam titles. Nadal leads with 22 titles, while Djokovic is second with 21 titles. Federer is third with 20 titles.
Djokovic is confident of winning, even if he falls behind on the Wimbledon court. The same can be seen in his game. He won the semifinals after losing two sets, while the semifinals and finals lost the first set. He successfully resisted in 2019 final when Federer had two championship points. This time, too, he did not waver.
Kyrgios finds it difficult to control himself. It forces the opponent to irritate. Djokovic was quiet even as Kyrgios started blabbering on. Kyrgios was arguing with the umpires. He was irritated, but Djokovic was calm. Djokovic won the game in the second set after trailing 0-40. Djokovic won the game in the third set, with Kyrgios leading 40-0 on service. These two games show Djokovic's control over the game. Kyrgios served the fastest 136 miles of the match. He had 30 uninterrupted services, but Djokovic was the king of greenery.
Underarm service in decisive battle:
Nick Kyrgios created controversy by serving underarm in the final of the Wimbledon tennis tournament. He led the ball 40-0 in the first set with a two-legged serve. Seeing that, the fans blew his horror. Djokovic won the points on this service. However, Kyrgios managed to win the game. Kyrgios has always supported this type of service.
Players standing away from the baseline have the player effort to serve the ball near the net. The service is also believed to be used to break the rhythm of a rival player's game.