Novak Djokovic wins Wimbledon for the fourth year in a row. In the final, the Serb beat Nick Kyrgios 4: 6, 6: 3, 6: 4 and 7: 6. For Djokovic it is the 21st Grand Slam title of his career. The game in the ticker to read.

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Series: Djokovic has not only won the last three Wimbledon editions. He has been unbeaten on Center Court since 2013, when he lost to Britain’s Andy Murray in the final.

Records: Djokovic wants his 21st Grand Slam title, which would reduce the gap to the men’s record holder Nadal to just one triumph. Djokovic has already secured the record for finals in one of the four big tournaments with his 32nd appearance in the final and is now ahead of Roger Federer (31) and Nadal (30). At Wimbledon, Djokovic could catch up with Pete Sampras with his seventh title, while Swiss Federer holds the record for the history of professional tennis with eight.

Record: In two duels so far, Kyrgios has prevailed twice and has not lost a set. He is only one of three professionals who have played against Djokovic several times and have a positive record.

That’s what Djokovic says about Kyrgios: “We players always knew how dangerous he is, especially on grass. He’s a very complete player with his confident attitude on the pitch. It looks like he’s in better mental shape than a few years ago. Those are the opportunities he loves, on the big stage. Honestly, as a tennis fan, I’m glad he’s in the final because he has so much talent.”

This is what Kyrgios says about Djokovic: “You will probably never see someone who just wins and plays as well as Djokovic. He can build on that experience, he’s proven it so many times, he knows the emotions he’s going to feel. I do not know that.”