Tennis / Wimbledon's longest final, Djokovic defeated Federer in a five-hour match

Djokovic named Wimbledon's title for the fifth time
Serbian player Djokovic defeated Federer of Switzerland in the Wimbledon final for the third time

London. In the Wimbledon men's singles final, Serbia's tennis star Novak Djokovic defeated Roger Federer in a match that lasted five sets. The match between the two runs for 4 hours 57 minutes. It was only about two hours in the fifth set alone. Djokovic won the first set 7-6 and lost the second set 1-6. After this, the third set won 7-6 and lost the fourth set to 4-6. In the fifth and final set, the match reached the Tibrecker and defeated Federer 13-12 (7-6).

Novak Djokovic with the trophy after winning

Djokovic is heavily dependent on Federer

This is Djokovic's fifth Wimbledon title. With this victory, he equaled the record of Sweden's Bjorn Borg 5 Wimbledon wins. Last year also he had won the tournament. There have been five wins between Djokovic and Federer at Wimbledon so far. Djokovic defeated Federer 4 times The Serbian player won the titles by defeating Federer in the 2014 Wimbledon final. This is the third time that he defeated Federer in the final of the tournament. In the 2012 Wimbledon semi-final, Federer had won the only one. In the Grand Slam, both the players came face to face 16 times, in which 10 Djokovic and 6 Federer won.

Djokovic's 16th
Grand Slam wins, winning Djokovic's 16th Grand Slam. However, Federer is at the top with 20 titles in terms of winning the most Grand Slam in the world. Federer won 8 Wimbledon, 6 Australian Open, 5 US Open and one French Open. At the same time, Djokovic has won the most 7 Australian Open, 4 Wimbledon, 3 US Open and 1 French Open.

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