Nick Kyrgios is set for the biggest match of his career against old foe Novak Djokovic – here’s how you can watch it.
Wimbledon 2022 men’s final start time
The Wimbledon men’s final is set to begin at 11pm AEST on Sunday, July 10.
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How to watch Wimbledon match replays
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How to check Wimbledon live scores & results
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Who has won the men’s final recently?
Kyrgios spoke earlier today about the fact that only eight men had won the men’s singles final at Wimbledon since he was born in 1995. They are: Pete Sampras, (1995, 1997-2000,), Richard Krajicek (1996), Goran Ivanisevic (2001), Lleyton Hewitt (2002), Roger Federer (2003-2007, 2009, 2012, 2017), Rafael Nadal (2008, 2010), Novak Djokovic (2011, 2014-15, 2018-19, 2021), and Andy Murray (2013, 2016).
What is the final prize money?
Roughly $3,510,000 is paid to the winner of both the men’s and women’s singles, with the runner up getting $1,845,000.