Sherlock Holmes Knew All Along That Novak Djokovic Would Beat Roger Federer In Wimbledon Final
This one indeed had it all -- including a brief rain delay, an epic second-set tiebreaker, and gratuitous Benedict Cumberbatch. In the end it was Novak Djokovic triumphing for the second straight year over Roger Federer in the Wimbledon men's final, 7–6 (1), 6–7 (10), 6–4, 6–3.
What we're witnessing here is one of the greatest rivalries in sports history. Djokovic and Federer have played each other 40 times, and each have won 20 matches. The highlight today had to be the second-set tiebreaker, won by Federer, in an epic-give-and-take battle. Afterward, Djokovic returned to his seat and tried to go Hulk Hogan on his shirt, but failed.
But in the end it was Djokovic kissing the trophy, his third Wimbledon and ninth Grand Slam title. Federer will have to wait at least one more year to claim a record eighth Wimbledon.
— Cisco UK & Ireland (@CiscoUKI) July 12, 2015
— HappyToast (@IamHappyToast) July 12, 2015
— AnythingCumberbatch (@Anythingbatch) July 12, 2015
— Nick McCarvel (@NickMcCarvel) July 12, 2015
Be the first to know
Want FREE Fantasy and Gaming Advice and Savings Delivered to your Inbox? Sign up for our Newsletter.