Novak Djokovic Defeats Nick Kyrgios
Novak Djokovic wins his seventh Wimbledon title after defeating Nick Kyrgios in a classy four set game. Djokovic won his 21st Grand Slam title to move ahead of Roger Federer and just one behind Rafael Nadal on the all-time list, sealed with a 4-6 6-3 6-4 7-6 (7-3) victory.
Both hiking around on social media, Djokovic said: “Nick, you’ll be back, not just at Wimbledon but in the finals. I know that it’s tough to find consolation words after a tough loss like this, you showed why you deserve to be one of the best players in the world, particularly on this surface”. “I really respect you a lot, I think that you are a phenomenal tennis player, athlete and an amazing talent. You’ve been hearing that for many years, but now everything is starting to come together for you. “I’m sure we’re going to see lots of you in later stages of Grand Slams. I never thought I’d say so many nice things about you, considering the relationship. OK, it’s officially a bromance.”
Novak Djokovic VS Nick Kyrgios: How The Game Went
Kyrgios’ first service game featured a 125 miles per hour second serve ace and an underarm serve but mostly Kyrgios wowed with the quality of his play, breaking Djokovic in the fifth game and clinching the set with his seventh ace. He broke the Kyrgios serve for the first time in their three meetings to lead 3-1. Kyrgios was having a good game with a lots of cheers as he whipped them up with a leaping pump of the fist when he chased down a drop shot at 3-5 that helped him create four break points. However still he couldn’t win the set. Furthermore, Kyrgios was doing remarkably well to hold on to his serve but events changed in the ninth game when, from 40-0, Djokovic won five successive points to leave himself serving for the set.
Kyrgios Off For Vacation
Kyrgios unhappy after the game after receiving fines for his outburst said: “He’s a bit of a god. I thought I played well. “To all the ball kids, umpires – I know we have a tough relationship – thank you for putting up with me. And the crowd have been amazing.” Asking about future grand slams Kyrgios seems to be on a verge to vacation. He said “Absolutely not, I’m so tired. “Myself and my team are all exhausted. I need a well-earned vacation. I’m really happy with this result, the best of my career. Maybe one day I’ll be back.”