Novak Djokovic beats Nick Kyrgios for seventh Wimbledon title

Novak Djokovic was waiting. He's waiting for Nick Kyrgios to lose focus and lose direction. Wait until you find the correct reading of his enemy's great services.

Djokovic does not suffer from a deficit - game, set, game. He didn't think to solve the problem. And he hasn't lost at Wimbledon for a long time.

Djokovic used his consistent brilliance to defeat ace providers, trick shots and regular conversation with Kyrgios 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (3) on Sunday for a fourth straight Wimbledon championship. the seventh general.

Top-seeded Djokovic ran his grass-court Grand Slam unbeaten run to 28 matches and advanced to 21 career major trophies, breaking Roger Federer's tie and just one behind Rafael Nadal's 22nd streak for the most in history. in men's tennis.

Among men, only Federer has won more Wimbledon titles than Djokovic with eight. In professional time, Federer was older than the 35-year-old Djokovic when he won the All England Club.

That comeback on a sunny afternoon followed those in the quarterfinals, when Djokovic was down two sets against No. 10 seed Jannik Sinner, and in the semifinals, when No.

Cam Norrie took the opening set. In last year's Wimbledon title match, Djokovic dropped the opening set. He scored two championship points against Federer in the 2019 final.

As for Kyrgios, his talent is unmistakable. But over the years he became more aware of his preference for style over court, his brutality that got him into situations and suspensions, and his taste for nightlife.

In the past two weeks alone, Kyrgios has been fined $14,000 - one for spitting at a jeering spectator after winning the first round, the other for swearing during a brutally controversial win.