Murray on Djokovic, Nadal and Federer: “What I have done in spite of them is incredible.”

Novak Djokovic is back on top after overcoming one of the most difficult challenges in his career. The former world-class Serbian has added his seventh Wimbledon title to his collection, matching his hero Pete Sampras in accomplishments.

Now at 21 Slam titles, Federer’s victory at Church Road was his fourth straight, narrowing the distance between him and Rafael Nadal in the all-time standings. An authentic ossigeno boccata for Nole, whose 2022 began in the worst of the modes.

The Belgrade 35-year-old paid a high price for his decision not to get vaccinated against the Coronavirus, as a result of which he was unable to defend his title in Melbourne at the start of the year. The ‘Djoker’ was forced to skip the Indian Wells and Miami Masters 1000 tournaments in the spring.

Novak has returned to the Championships after his Roland Garros hallucination despite a few setbacks. Djokovic has dropped several sets during the tournament, but he has been flawless when the stakes were highest.

Using an Instagram video, Patrick Mouratoglou dissected the nail-biting final between Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios.

This year’s Wimbledon final was presented as a fight between Nick Kyrgios and Novak Djokovic, according to Mouratoglou’s analysis.

During the first set, Nole put forth a lot of effort responding to Nick’s service. The Australian was able to lead a very easy life in the first few months of his life, putting a lot of pressure on his opponent. The serb has started to understand Kyrgios’ service better in the last few minutes, and the inertia has been reduced.

Djokovic has made it such that the match’s deciding point has become a coin toss since he has resumed responding with great frequency. Nick would have won easily without this change,” drew Mouratoglou in his illustration. “Novak is the best ribast of all time, and he proved it yet again.”

The beginning seemed like a pugilistic performance, while Kyrgios was being honest. After the second set, a new match was underway. Patrick has called Djokovic “bravissimo” for his ability to avoid panicking during the match.