Novak Djokovic wins his fourth Wimbledon final.
The Serbian tennis star won his fourth Wimbledon title as he eased past Kevin Anderson in straight sets. Novak Djokovic won 6-2 6-2 7-6 to lift his 13th Grand Slam title.
Djokovic dominated Anderson early in the match, and broke him twice as he clinched the first set 6-2. Kevin Anderson looked visibly exhausted, coming on the back of a marathon six hour match against John Isner.
Kevin Anderson pulled up a fight in the third set, but came short in the tie-breaker as Novak Djokovic held his nerve to win 7-3.
With this win, Novak Djokovic won his first Grand Slam title since over two years. He last won the French Open in 2016, where he beat UK’s Andy Murray.
Djokovic silences the crowd:
Novak Djokovic was easing past Kevin Anderson, winning the first two sets 6-2 6-2. However, he found himself on back foot in the third set, being unable to break Kevin Anderson’s serve.
After one such moment where he failed to win the game, he turns towards the crowd to vent out his frustration. He yelled “shut the f*** up” at the crowd.
The audience got a bit carried away during some of the points during the set, which made the Serbian star lose his nerve.
This is not the first time Djokovic lost his cool on the crowd in this tournament. He was fairly annoyed during the third round match against Kyle Edmund as well, where crowd was constantly booing and jeering at him.
Here is the video:
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