Wimbledon 2019 Men’s FINALE: Djokovic Beats Federer in 5-set to honor himself by 5th Wimbledon Title
We got the winner of the 5th Wimbledon title in Men’s single. The match settles up itself in the tie at last. The match was between Novak Djokovic vs Roger Federer in which Djokovic became the candy stealer and Federer loses its place. This was an epic Finale in the history of the Wimbledon Championship. According to new Wimbledon rules, after 12-12, the Championship was decided for a tie-break. Djokovic won the match, he qualifiers for the year-end ATP Finals. After the finals, The Big Three- Federer, Nadal, and Djokovic- have now split the last Grand slam title with each other.
TWEETS ON THIS EVENT
Wimbledon’s official page tweeted that, “As Roger Federer vs Novak Djokovic becomes the longest Wimbledon final ever, we move into a tie-break with the score at 12-12. According to the new rule, if none break the serve till 12-12, the set will descend into the tie-break.
SCORES AND NOVAK STATEMENT
Novak Djokovic beats Roger Federer 7-6(5), 1-6, 7-6(4), 4-6, 13-12(3) to lift his 5th Wimbledon title. After winning the match Novak said: “This was defiantly one of my top 3 finals and against the greatest player of all the times- I respect Roger. Unfortunately, in this kind of match points down and get back to win. I was hoping for a tie-break actually. He also said, “I know I have said this before when I was a boy training to become a tennis player, this has been the tournament for me. To win this. Just imagining to be winning this, it’s extra special to share it with my son in the crowd. My wife, she’s home and I give her a big hug.”
ROGER FEDERER COMMENTS
There are also words from Roger Federer after the match he said, “I will try to forget but it was a great match. It was long, it had everything. I thought he played great tennis. I tried but Novak, congratulations. Crazy stuff.”
Novak Djokovic has done it. For the third time, he has defeated Roger Federer in Wimbledon final. All the three sets won in tie-breaks. A remarkable achievement for the Swiss! But the question is Will Federer ever have a chance to get that record equaling 9th Wimbledon title and a 21st grand slam title again?
This was the best finale ever in tennis and hope that these kinds of matches will be taken place in the future too.