Win 20 Grand Slam tournaments to tie with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. The person will get less pressure.
However, there were no wet hands with Novak Djokovic. Soon the number 1 in the world went to the service of Matteo Berrettini. At 5-2, Djokovic sent for the set, but was unable to finish the match.
The 25-year-old Italian forced a tiebreak thanks to a steel serve and powerful forehands. Djokovic was actually dependent on the chase. The title seemed off.
The Serbian made the switch from Group 2 and played tennis at a very high level. Berrettini had to give up his serve twice, and Djokovic was 6-4 in the set of his sixth Wimbledon title after twice.
The Italian did not crack and kept fighting for every ball. But at 3-3, Djokovic sealed the match with a decisive break. Not long after he raised his hands and tasted a piece of grass, like victory, it tasted very sweet.
Novak Djokovic is the richest record he shares with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. What does that mean for sports? Djokovic laughs after the match: “Maybe we’ll never stop playing tennis.”
And the Serb admitted that Brittany was a staunch opponent. “It was more than just a fight,” he sighs. “It was a tough match, he already has a lot of strength, Italian hammer!”
“Winning Wimbledon was always my dream when I was a kid. I used to make my own cup, and now I’m here with my sixth edition. This is a unique achievement I cherish,” concluded the world number 1 seed.
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