If you missed the historic Wimbledon final between Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz, you can now watch it for free on YouTube. The full video was released by Wimbledon on their official channel. Check it out below. And if you want to see certain parts of the final, here are some timestamps (from kind YouTube users) to help you out.
- 0:00 1st set
- 31:28 2nd set
- 1:47:27 3rd set
- 2:08:16 longest game of the match
- 2:40:06 4th set
- 3:22:55 5th set
- 4:02:10 Championship point
Mouratoglou analyzed the Alcaraz-Djokovic Wimbledon final
In an interview with Tennis 365, Patrick Mouratoglou analyzed the final between Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic.
"I honestly believe that what tipped the balance in Carlos' favor was that he felt freer and more relaxed in the decisive moments, this led him to be more aggressive and to play his tennis without problems.The Wimbledon final was a very mental match, the two made it but Djokovic had the match in hand several times.
Both in the tiebreak of the second set and in that break point in the fifth but I saw him tense in the key moments.Nole is the most successful tennis player in history and perhaps this is also on his shoulders. Being the big favorite and always playing to increase your own extraordinary high scores puts a strain on you, mentally, and ends up being a burden.
I definitely think Alcaraz took advantage of that," said the French coach as quoted in one of our latest articles. Besides Mouratoglou, former top Croatian tennis player Nikola Pilic shared his thoughts on the final. " "That wasn't the real Novak.
It wasn't his day, even Alcaraz admitted it. For example, he served perfectly against Hurkacz but didn't make an ace for two sets in the final. If Novak had played at his level, he wouldn't have lost," said Pilic.
Nikola Pilic on the Wimbledon final: "That wasn't the real Novak.
It wasn't his day, even Alcaraz admitted it. For example, he served perfectly against Hurkacz but didn't make an ace for two sets in the final. If Novak had played at his level, he wouldn't have lost." #Djokovic — Luka Nikolić (@luksie1) July 18, 2023
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