Djokovic keeps the title and deprives Federer of an 8th triumph - Wimbledon
Novak Djokovic keeps his Wimbledon title after a final with Roger Federer. After his defeat at Roland Garros a few weeks earlier, the Serb found his game and became one of the best masters on lawn with his three titles at Wimbledon even though he is still far from equaling the performance of his opponent of the day with 7 titles. After his victory at the Australian Open earlier this year and this new coronation on the London grass, he thus joins John McEnroe, Bjorn Borg, Pete Sampras, Boris Becker, John Newcombe, Rod Laver and Roger Federer in the very closed circle of players who won two Grand Slams in one season.
The final of this year between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer was followeb by many online betting enthusiasts. Djoko was the favorite on sport betting sites as he is the defending champion, but we should not neglect the Swiss Federer, who was seeking an eighth victory. The match lived up to expectations, as both players didnít want to let go the other especially in the first two sets. Novak Djokovic won the first set on a tie-break. Roger Federer equalized after a lengthy tie-break (10) in the second set after having saved seven set points. The brief interruption in the third set because of rain seems to have given new life to Djokovic who was able to master the aggressiveness of his opponent before winning the match (7-6  6-7  6 -4, 6-3).
Tuesday, 14 July 2015
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