Djokovic denies Kyrgios to win magnificent seventh Wimbledon title

Novak Djokovic claimed a magnificent seventh Wimbledon title after coming from behind to beat Nick Kyrgios by three sets to one in the final.

It was also a fourth on the spin at SW19 for the Serbian, who became the fourth male player to achieve that feat after Bjorn Borg, Pete Sampras and Roger Federer.

Despite losing the first set against Kyrgios, who was appearing in his maiden Grand Slam showpiece, Djokovic recovered to join Sampras and William Renshaw on seven crowns at the All England Club, while moving to within one of Federer’s record tally of eight.

Although, the top seed did leapfrog the Swiss ace after capturing his 21st piece of Grand Slam silverware; a total now only bettered by Margaret Court (24), Serena Williams (23), Steffi Graf and Rafael Nadal (both 22).

“I’ve lost words for what this tournament and trophy means to me and my team and family,” said Djokovic.

“I’ve said this many times – it always has been and always will be the most special tournament in my heart; the one that motivated and inspired me to start playing tennis.

“My first image of tennis was grass and Wimbledon. I always dreamed of coming here, playing on this court and realising the childhood dream and winning this trophy.

“Every single time, it gets more and more meaningful and special, so I’m very blessed and very thankful to be standing here with the trophy.

“This tournament has the most history and most recognition around the world. I’m extremely happy and grateful to be here.”

Appearing in his first major final at the 30th attempt, Kyrgios was the first Australian and unseeded player to contest the men’s singles championship match at Wimbledon since Mark Philippoussis in 2003.

But the world number 40 seemed to settle quickly; dropping just five points on serve and crucially breaking in game five, before his seventh ace of the contest wrapped up the opening set.

However, this was not unchartered territory for Djokovic, who had also lost the opening set in his quarter-final and semi-final victories over Jannik Sinner and Cameron Norrie respectively.

It had been 73 years since a male player had lifted the trophy at Wimbledon having dropped the first set in each of his final three matches; Ted Schroeder last achieving the feat in 1949.

Nevertheless, the top seed made a purposeful start to the second; breaking in game four to establish control.

Although, Kyrgios squandered four opportunities to respond and prolong proceedings at 5-3, and his frustration was evident as the reigning champion levelled.

The Australian’s inability to convert game points proved costly again in the third set; three going begging from 40-0 up at 4-4.

Venting his anger towards his entourage, he was made to pay by a man whose last defeat on Centre Court came against Andy Murray in the 2013 final.

Neither player buckled on serve as a tense fourth set went to a tie-break. Djokovic, who saved five of the six break points he faced, needed no second opportunity with the finish line in sight; dominating proceedings to secure title number seven.

“He’s a bit of a God, I thought I played well,” Kyrgios said. “It’s been an amazing couple of weeks for me personally.

“I definitely need a well-earned vacation after this one.

“I’m just really happy with this result – it’s probably the best in my career – and hopefully one day, I’ll be here again, but I don’t know about that.”

Top seed Novak Djokovic aims to secure a fourth consecutive Wimbledon title at the expense of first-time finalist Nick Kyrgios on Sunday.

Djokovic is attempting to become only the fifth man in the Open Era (after Björn Borg, Pete Sampras, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal) to register at least four consecutive titles at one major. By reaching his 32nd major final, he has surpassed the all-time record he had shared with Federer.

The Serbian star has not been at his prolific best this tournament, being pushed all the way by Jannik Sinner in the Quarter-Finals before having to recover from a set down to defeat Britain’s Cameron Norrie in the Semi-Final.

Kyrgios has undoubtedly had a more straightforward route to get to the final, mainly due to his Semi-Final walkover of Nadal after the Spaniard had to withdraw from the competition with an abdominal injury.

The Aussie ace had his own troubles reaching that Semi-Finals, though, being taken to five sets by both Paul Jubb and Brandon Nakashima before battling his way through.

The world number 40 has become the first unseeded man to reach a major final since Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at the 2008 Australian Open, as well as the first Australian man to reach a major final since Lleyton Hewitt at the 2005 Australian Open.

The pair have met on two previous occasions, both in 2017, and it’s Kyrgios who has prevailed in both – at Acapulco and Indian Wells.

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Novak Djokovic route to Wimbledon Final

Round Opponent
Round One Beat Kwon Soon-woo 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4
Round Two Beat Thanasi Kokkinakis 6-1, 6-4, 6-2
Round Three Beat Miomir Kecmanović 6-0, 6-3, 6-4
Round Four Beat Tim Van Rijthoven 6-2, 4-6, 6-1, 6-2 
Quarter-Final Beat Jannik Sinner 5-7, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2
Semi-Final Beat Cameron Norrie 2-6 6-3, 6-2, 6-4

Nick Kyrgios route to Wimbledon Final

Round Opponent
Round One Beat Paul Jubb 3-6, 6-1, 7-5, 6-7 (3-7), 7-5
Round Two Beat Filip Krajinovic 6-2, 6-3, 6-1
Round Three Beat Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-7(2-7), 6-4, 6-3, 7-6(9-7)
Round Four Beat Brandon Nakashima 4-6, 6-4, 7-6(7-2), 3-6, 6-2
Quarter-Final Beat Cristian Garin 6-4, 6-3, 7-6(7-5)
Semi-Final Beat Rafael Nadal by Walkover

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Novak Djokovic is through to his eighth Wimbledon final after coming from behind to defeat home favourite Cameron Norrie 2-6 6-3 6-2 6-4.

The six-time champion hit 13 aces and 38 as he ended the hopes of the British number one to set up a showdown with Nick Kyrgios in the Championship match.

Djokovic is through to a record-breaking 32nd Grand Slam showpiece – surpassing Roger Federer for the highest tally in men’s singles history – and is also the third male to do so at SW19 after turning 35.

The Serbian, who did not face a single break point after the opening set, also extended his winning streak at the All England Club to 27 matches, while becoming only the sixth male to reach four successive finals.

“I didn’t start off well; [Cameron] was the better player for the first set,” he told BBC Sport.

“You’re a bit tighter at the beginning of the match and not swinging through the ball as smoothly as you would like to. Cameron was dominating the play.

“I felt like I got lucky in the second set to break his serve at 4-3; he gifted me that game and since then, I felt like momentum shifted.

“In the past, I’ve had many semi-finals in Grand Slams, but it’s never easy walking out on the court. You have a lot of pressure and expectations from yourself and others as well.

“Cameron didn’t have much to lose; he’s playing probably the tournament of his life. Playing at home is never easy, but I wish him all the best. He’s a great player and I have a lot of respect for him.”

Although appearing in his 43rd Grand Slam semi-final, Djokovic looked nervous early on – three unforced errors saw Norrie break in the opening game.

The Serbian responded immediately before holding for 2-1, but the British number one reeled off the next five games to draw first blood after 31 minutes to the delight of the Centre Court crowd.

Despite the slow start, this was no time for Djokovic to panic. Indeed, he had prevailed from 11 of his 13 previous Slam matches when losing the opening set.

And the top seed responded in style; dropping just three points on serve and pouncing on a couple of unforced errors from Norrie to break in game eight and subsequently level.

The pendulum swung firmly in favour of Djokovic, who broke twice in his opponent’s next three service games to dominate the third set and move one away from a fourth straight final.

Only the fourth British male semi-finalist in the Open Era – after Roger Taylor, Tim Henman and Andy Murray – Norrie’s frustration was evident as he was broken again at the start of the fourth.

Though the ninth seed held thereon – notably saving four break points in the fifth game – there was little he could do to thwart Djokovic’s dominance on serve.

Overall, the 20-time major champion won 47 out of 57 points on first serve (82 per cent), and 26 out of 32 net points (81 per cent) as he booked a mouth-watering date with Kyrgios.

The fiery Australian, who received a walkover to his first Grand Slam final following the withdrawal of Rafael Nadal through injury, has prevailed in each of his two previous meetings with Djokovic.

And the Serb is expecting to passions to run high at both ends of the court when the pair lock horns in Sunday’s showpiece.

“One thing is for sure, there’s going to be a lot of fireworks emotionally from both of us,” he added.

“It’s going to be [Kyrgios’] first Grand Slam final; he’s obviously very excited and he doesn’t have much to lose.

“We haven’t played for some time. I’ve never won a set off him, so hopefully it can be different this time.

“It’s another final for me here in Wimbledon at the tournament I love so much, so hopefully the experience can work in my favour.”

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Defending champion Novak Djokovic faces home favourite Cameron Norrie in the Semi-Finals of Wimbledon 2022 on Friday.

The Semi-Final tie is tantalisingly set up with Britain’s number one clashing with the number one seed on Centre Court for the right to remain on course for the ultimate grass court prize.

Norrie has enjoyed a truly spectacular tournament and is now within touching distance of following in the footsteps of compatriot Andy Murray. It is hard to imagine a tougher test for the 26-year-old, though, and the odds are heavily stacked against him in an encounter against the man with six Wimbledon titles to his name.

Norrie has come through some big tests during the tournament, none bigger than his epic five-set win over David Goffin, which saw him fight back from a set down twice before pushing through to claim the victory. He looked tired at points during his Quarter-Final win, though, and seemed to be running on adrenaline and the backing from the crowd during the final set.

Djokovic has not been at his imperious best during the tournament, dropping sets to Soonwoo Kwon and Tim Van Rijthoven before finding himself two sets down to Jannik Sinner in the Quarter-Finals. He was able to fight back to claim the win, but it was far from an easy victory for the 35-year-old and he showed some weaknesses against the number ten seed.

It is sure to be an enthralling match, even though Norrie will have the crowd firmly behind him, it could prove to be a bridge too far for the Brit. Djokovic is not the all-conquering powerhouse he once was, however, and Norrie could well end up taking a set and making life uncomfortable for his opponent before succumbing to his ability.

Djokovic won their only previous meeting to date in successive sets at the 2021 Nitto ATP Finals in Italy.

Australian star Nick Kyrgios awaits the winner in Sunday’s final, having received a Semi-Final walkover due to the withdrawal of Rafael Nadal through injury.

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Top seed Novak Djokovic will take on 10th seed Jannik Sinner in the Quarter-Finals of Wimbledon 2022 on Tuesday.

Djokovic has had an indifferent season to say at least; he was unable to participate in the Australian Open for medical reasons, but he still managed to win 21 out of 27 matches since then. His stand-out performance during this run was a title-winning campaign at the Rome Masters.

The 35-year-old has dropped two sets in four matches at Wimbledon so far this fortnight, including one against Tim van Rijthoven in the previous round.

Djokovic is a six-time champion at Wimbledon and managed to defend his title on three occasions. In addition, the Serb is currently on a 25-match winning run in the tournament and he will be making his 13th appearance in the Quarter-Finals.

Sinner, meanwhile, has dropped a set in three of his four matches en route to this stage. He comes into this clash on the back of a solid victory over rising star Carlos Alcaraz, which was his first in three attempts.

The only negative thing for Sinner is that he has played five quarterfinal matches this year and has failed to win any of them.

However, anything is possible for Sinner, especially since he entered Wimbledon this year without a single win on grass.

In conclusion, our best bet for this match is Novak Djokovic to win 3-0 at odds of 1/1 with Bet365.

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Novak Djokovic will take on in-form Tim Van Rijthoven in the Fourth Round of Wimbledon 2022 on Sunday.

Defending champion Djokovic has gotten better with every match at Wimbledon 2022 so far. Nole has been a bit rusty against Kwon Soon-Woo in the opening round, but then dominated both Thanasi Kokkinakis and Miomir Kecmanovic in his most recent two matches.

Djokovic is currently on a 35-match winning streak on Centre Court at Wimbledon and 24-match winning run at Wimbledon.

He has participated at Wimbledon on 16 occasions and has suffered just one loss in the Round of 16, way back in 2006.

Van Rijthoven has been ridding on confidence lately after recently winning his first ATP title in Hertogenbosch.

The Dutchman is currently on an eight-match winning streak on grass, including some impressive victories over Felix Auger-Aliassime and Daniil Medvedev.

The interesting fact is that Van Rijthoven has never played a main draw match in Grand Slams before entering Wimbledon via a wildcard a couple of days ago.

We expect Under 3.5 Sets at odds of 8/15 with Bet365.

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Two Serbians will square off in the round of 16 of Wimbledon 2022 as Novak Djokovic takes on Miomir Kecmanovic on Friday.

Djokovic kicked off his 2022 Wimbledon campaign slowly by dropping a set against Kwon in the opening round. However, Nole put in an absurdly high-level performance against Thanasi Kokkinakis in the 2nd round by dropping just seven games in the process.

Djokovic is yet to win a Grand Slam this year, but he has an amazing opportunity to do it here at Wimbledon. The other three semi-finalists from last year’s Wimbledon have already exited the tournament. This makes Nole a firm favourite to reclaim the title this fortnight.

Furthermore, the Serb has won the last three editions of Wimbledon and he is currently on a 23-match winning run on grass.

Meanwhile, Kecmanovic has dropped a set in each of the first two rounds here at Wimbledon, beating the likes of Millman and Tabilo.

Miomir is now in the third round at Wimbledon for the first time in his career after suffering back-to-back defeats in the second round in the previous two editions.

Kecmanovic has reached the third round in all the previous two Grand Slams of the year.

Our prediction for this clash is Under 30.5 Games at odds of 8/13 with Bet365.

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Defending champion Novak Djokovic will take on Thanasi Kokkinakis in the Second Round of Wimbledon on Wednesday.

Djokovic looked a tad rusty in his first competitive match on grass as he needed four sets to beat Soon Woo Kwon in the opening round on Centre Court on Monday. However, he started last year’s edition in a similar manner, by dropping a set to Jack Draper in the First Round.

The Serbian has won the last three editions of Wimbledon and he hasn’t suffered any defeats on grass since ATP London back in 2018.

The surprising fact is that Djokovic is yet to make a Semi-Final appearance in Grand Slams this year, but he has a great opportunity to achieve this here after the withdrawal of Berrettini and the elimination of Hurkacz.

Meanwhile, Kokkinakis has been struggling with consistency in the first half of the year, with his best results being in Miami back in March.

He has only won two out of his five matches on the clay surface and then lost his first match on grass at Surbiton.

It came as a surprise to see Thanasi winning in straight sets against Majchrzak in the first round of Wimbledon, especially after being eliminated by Cressy in the opening round of the previous edition.

Our prediction for this clash is Under 30.5 Games at 5/6 with Bet365.

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Novak Djokovic attempts to win his first Grand Slam since he lifted the Wimbledon trophy last year – here are full details of his next match.

Djokovic has already reached 31 Grand Slam finals in his career, cementing his place as a legend in the game, but he’ll be keen to make another appearance on centre court on July 10th.

The 35-year-old has had a below par year by his standard, only reaching the quarter final stage of the French Open and winning just one ATP event, the Italian Open, in 2022. This is in stark contrast to 2021, where he won the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon as well as reaching the final of the US Open.

His lack of appearance at the Australian Open this year was clouded in controversy but he was able to play at the French Open, beating Yoshihito Nishioka, Alex Molčan, Aljaž Bedene and Diego Schwartzman in straight sets before losing to eventual winner, Rafa Nadal in the quarter finals.

The Serb was able to pick up some momentum coming into Wimbledon though, winning the Italian Open without dropping a set despite playing some top quality opposition in Casper Ruud and Stefanos Tsitsipas.

It’s been a tough year for Djokovic, falling to number three in the ATP rankings, but he’ll be keen to show his class at Wimbledon, a competition he has won six times previously.

Djokovic has won 20 Grand Slam titles over the course of his career, meaning he sits level with Roger Federer in the list of most successful players and, if he can secure the victory in SW19 this summer he will draw just one trophy behind his rival, Nadal.

Since 2010, Djokovic has only failed to win a Grand Slam in a calendar year once, in 2017, but time is running out for him in 2022 with just two major tournaments left.

Despite a less than stellar year, Djokovic is heading to Wimbledon with victory on his mind and he continues in the tournament with a semi final match with Cameron Norrie.

The match will take place on Friday July 8 (from 1:30pm) and will be available watch live online via the link below.

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Reigning champion Novak Djokovic will take on Soonwoo Kwon in the First Round of Wimbledon 2022 on Monday.

Djokovic was on a nine-match winning streak prior to his loss against rival Rafa Nadal in the Quarter-Finals of the French Open. As a result of this loss, the Serbian star has lost his place at the top of the ATP Rankings to Daniil Medvedev for the second time this year.

Djokovic has played just one match on grass in the run-up to Wimbledon, but it was only an exhibition match where he demolished Auger-Aliassime in straight sets.

However, Nole should feel confident ahead of this opening match as he has won the last three editions of Wimbledon and hasn’t lost a completed match here since 2016.

Meanwhile, Kwon has had a solid start to the season but he lost his way recently. The Korean is currently on a four-match losing run on both clay and grass surfaces.

Kwon was knocked out from the opening round in each of the last three tournaments he competed in. Furthermore, he has won just one set in his last two matches on the grass surfaces.

In addition, Kwon has never won against a top-10 player so far in his career and holds a 4-8 record in the first round in Grand Slams.

Our prediction for this match is Under 27.5 Games at odds of 8/11 with Bet365.

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