Novak Djokovic turned out to be too classy for Nick Kyrgios to get his 7th win at the All England Club. – erte sports 10

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Novak Djokovic became the fourth player in the open era to win four consecutive Wimbledon titles, behind Roger Federer, Pete Sampras and Bjorn Borg. His seventh title here means he’s the only one on Federer’s all-time roster.

Kerry are through to a first All-Ireland final since 2019

Wimbledon: Novak Djokovic turned out to be too classy for Nick Kyrgios to get his 7th win at the All England Club.

Novak Djokovic became the fourth player in the open era to win four consecutive Wimbledon titles, behind Roger Federer, Pete Sampras and Bjorn Borg. His seventh title here means he’s the only one on Federer’s all-time roster.

Novak Djokovic proved too classy for Nick Kyrgios on center court. That’s because Top Seed took their 4th straight Wimbledon win and 7th overall win on Sunday.

Top Seed secured their 21st Grand Slam title, leading Roger Federer and just one behind Rafael Nadal, winning 4-6 6-3 6-4 7-6 (7-3).

Djokovic joked about his “bromance” with Kirzio after sharing an Instagram message in preparation for the match.

“Nick, you’ll be back in the finals as well as Wimbledon. I know it’s hard to find words of comfort after a loss like this. You showed why you have to be one of the best players in the world. Especially on this surface.” Djokovic said.

“I really admire you. I think you are a phenomenal tennis player and athlete and an amazing talent. You have heard that for years, but now everything is starting to come together for you.

“I’m sure we’ll see a lot of you in the post-Grand Slam stages. Considering the relationship, I never thought I’d say so many nice things about you. Okay, it’s officially a bromance.”

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All-time Grand Slam Title Leader

Rafael Nadal 22

Novak Djokovic 21

Roger Federer 20

Pete Sampras 14

Roy Emerson 12

The Serbs have now won 7 of their last 11 titles at the All England club, which is the same as Pete Sampras’ record, which comes close to one of Federer’s men’s singles records here.

It’s been a tough season for Djokovic, but he once again relied on the turf of the center court to give his best performance and raise his arms high after another famous victory.

Much of the excitement for the match focused on how Kyrgios would perform and behave in his first major single final.

Kyrgios’ first service game featured a second serve ace and an underarm serve at 125 mph, but for the most part, Kyrgios admired the quality of his play, beating Djokovic in the fifth game to secure the set with the seventh ace.

But this year’s set win over Djokovic at Wimbledon didn’t mean much, and the Top Seed did his best to find a regular rhythm both on the comeback and at the baseline, gradually tiring the opponent.

He broke the Kyrgios serve for the first time in three encounters, leading to a 3-1 lead, and the Australian began to focus his stress on rants from the support box.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge could have been a little more comfy in their padded Royal Box seats. Prince George sat in a place that caught his ear.

Kyrgios supported the majority of the crowd, fluttering his fists and whipping them when he helped create four breakpoints by chasing a drop shot from 3-5, but couldn’t take any.

Djokovic was now reading Kyrgios’ serves incredibly well and the pressure on the challenger was always growing.

In the eventful fifth game of the third set, Kyrgios scored a point for a tweener, and received a code violation after a spectator sweared before the second serve and then told referee Renaud Liechtenstein “I want a woman who looks like she’s got about 700.” I asked him to take me. Drinks, bro” came out.

The 27-year-old served the serve well, but served the set when the dam burst as Djokovic scored five straight points at 40-0 in the ninth game.

Kyrgios yells at his box and slams the water bottle in frustration.

Djokovic’s long bathroom break allowed Kyrgios to cool the fire and served well throughout the fourth set, but a one-sided tiebreaker put an end to his hopes.

Djokovic takes flight on Centre Court after another memorable win

After Roger Federer’s first Wimbledon win in 2003, only Andy Murray was able to break the stranglehold of the Big Three with Mark Philippoussis, Andy Roddick, Tomas Berdych, Marin Cilic, Kevin Anderson and Matteo Berrettini all missing the finals.

After wearing a red baseball cap that likely broke the strict Wimbledon dress code, Kyrgios said to receive the runner-up trophy from the Duchess of Cambridge:

“All baseball players, referees – I know we have a tough relationship – thank you for being patient with me. And the crowd was amazing.”

When asked if he would like to taste more of the Grand Slam final, host Sue Barker said, “Not at all. I’m so tired.

“I and my team are both exhausted. I need a well-paid vacation. I’m really happy with the result. It’s the best of my career. I’ll be back someday.”

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Sean O’Shea went deep in injury time to score a stunning 1-14-1-13 victory over Dublin as Kerry wins the former Irish semi-final.

Kingdom led by six points in the second half, but as the game entered injury time, Dublin rushed again to equalize.

In the 76th minute, Kenmare’s sniper O’Shea gets nervous from a long distance, splitting the post at the end of Hill 16 and sending Kerry to the All-Ireland final to face Galway.

Kerry scored early in the tournament. Jack Barry netted the long ball collected by O’Shea who allowed Eoin Murchan to come in from the left after a momentary out of position.

Kerry with a taste of blood was based on an early lead.

While the Sky Blues struggled to counter Kerry’s attack, David Clifford proved himself a minority among the Dubs defenders.

Dublin was severely missing the presence of Con O’Callaghan on the edge of the square. They barely penetrated the Kerry blanket and had no viable option to play the ball directly.

The Kingdom created a 1-7-0-6 lead with Clifford and O’Shea leading the scoring.

In the 29th minute, Clifford’s right-footed shot went over the post and fell into Gavin White’s hands. The Dr Crokes man was knocked down by Lorcan O’Dell and Paddy Neilan was awarded the penalty.

However, Evan Comerford matched Sean O’Shea’s goals, and goalkeeper Ballymun suffered an injury blocking O’Shea’s subsequent attempts. This resulted in a close-quarters fight in which players from both sides joined in anger.

Without hesitation, the Munster champions took a 1-8-0-6 lead in the first half.

Dublin seemed dead and buried and had no idea. However, Dessie Farrell changed things during the break. They put more direct balls into the inside forward when Carán Kilkenny sometimes sat full forward. In defense, Michael Fitzsimons operated as a freeman.

At the 46th minute he walked the line of life. Forcing a turnover, they moved forward at a rapid pace. The move culminated with Cormac Costello finding the bottom edge.

Kilkenny clenched fists shortly afterward to close the gap to one point as Dublin registered 1-2 without a reply.

The Castleknock clubman continued to pull the strings, and the second third leveled the game as the second third entered injury time.

O’Shea and Rock made a free trade because the contest looked like they were going into overtime.

But when Kerry was freed at the last minute, O’Shea stepped forward. After a brief argument with goalkeeper Shane Ryan, Kenmare took it.

And he quickly justified that decision by sending Kerry to the All-Ireland final for the first time since 2019 to end the eight-year wait for the Sam Maguire Cup.

Referee: Paddy Nilan (Roscomman)

Attendees: About 80,000

Kerry: Sean O’Shea (1-4, 0-2f), David Clifford (0-6, 0-1f, 0-1m), Paudie Clifford (0-2), Tom O’Sullivan (0-1), Dara Moinihan (0-1).

Dublin: Ciaran Kilkenny (0-3), Cormac Costello (1-0), Dean Locke (0-3, 0-3f), Lee Gannon (0-1), John Small (0-1), Sean Bergle Ru (0) -1), Brian Fenton (0-1), Brian Howard (0-1), Paddy Small (0-1), James McCarthy (0-1).

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