The Serbian (Djokovic) took three hours to defeat the controversial Australian (Kyrgios), Nick Kyrgios, 40th in the world, on the center court of the All England Club in London.
Serbian Novak Djokovic, third racket in the world, won his seventh Wimbledon title and the 21st Grand Slam of his career on Sunday by beating Nick Kyrgios 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 in the final (7/3).
Djokovic, 35, took three hours to defeat the controversial Australian, ranked 40th in the world, on center court at the All England Club in London, where he lifted the trophy for the fourth consecutive time since 2018 (the tournament was canceled in 2020 due to the pandemic).
With this victory, the Serbian is only one behind Rafa Nadal, who after winning the Australian Open this year and his 14th Roland Garros, already has 22 Grand Slam titles.
He is also just one title away from equaling the record eight Wimbledon trophies held by Switzerland’s Roger Federer.