Novak Djokovic wins his twenty-first Grand Slam title, the seven at Wimbledon, and beats Nick Kyrgios in four sets once again. Great performance by the Serbian champion who never slows down and wins without particular problems against a good but not extraordinary Australian.
The first set goes to Nick who takes advantage of the decisive break in the fifth game of the set, but after the first set there is no story. Djokovic brekka the opponent in the second and third set (he had never done it before) and closed with a great performance dominating the decisive tiebreak of the fourth set.
The Serbian champion adds the seventh pearl to the series of successes at the Championships thanks to a 4-6 6-3 6-3 7-6 (3) that he packs in just under three hours of play. In a decidedly flatter final than expected (from a nervous point of view and above all from a technical point of view) he basically employs a set to take the measures to the horse-madman who is present on the opposite side of the net and to take control of the affair.
Kyrgios, who rediscovers the worst side of madness after an absolutely flawless first set, essentially throws the third set and even if he sticks to the score in the fourth he never finds valid countermeasures to make himself dangerous in response.
Good performance for both who have achieved a great tournament and Djokovic who returns to victory after a very difficult 2022. Here is the video of the match point:
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