Novak Djokovic beats Roger Federer in four sets in Wimbledon finals
The world no. one Djokovic knocked down Roger Federer in Finals of Wimbledon 2105 . He claimed his third Wimbledon title with a clinical 7-6, 6-7, 6-4, 6-3 win over Roger Federer.
Djokovic had a rough start as Federer won the first five points of the match. After an indeterminate start Djokovic got into his serve two or three times yet Federer was in an alternate zone and held to adore again for 3-2.
Federer had the advantage of scoreboard pressure and that bore fruit to the delight of his fans when he broke Djokovic to love in the sixth game. Inspite Federer bossed most of the set with his precision tennis he lost the first set to 6-7 after he double faulted to lose the tie-break.
After 44 minutes the mood was began to shift as Djokovic became all the way aggressive. Djokovic aced Federer and the Swiss handed him the first game of the second set to love. Both the champions worked their way towards another tie-break holding for 6-6. This time Federer would not be moved. He thrashed a classic backhand winner to announce his intent and Djokovic handed Federer his first set point.
The stage was again set for a repeat of last year’s great final. The world no. 1 drove 3-2 in the third set with a break when the rain forced them off. After the resume within a quarter of an hour Djokovic served out the set to love for 6-4.
After the third set there was still confidence in the group that Federer could deliver a smashing fourth set like he did last year. The belief started fading when Djokovic broke Federer for 3-2. Federer served to stay in the match, accepting a late call against him for 0-30 – as well as the kind intervention of the net that sent Djokovic’s backhand wide but the world No1 absolutely nailed a return for two championship points and finished it with a cross-court forehand winner with his opponent standing helpless at the baseline.