Roger Federer lost in four sets against Novak Djokovic in a vastly interesting and thrilling gentlemen’s singles final of the 2015 Wimbledon Championships.
A fitting match closed the men’s singles event of the Wimbledon 2015 final, as the world’s two best players met at the Centre Court of the All England Club. Though Roger Federer played as good as ever in the tournament, Novak Djokovic won the first set of the title decider in a tie-break. The second set brought the best tie-break in Wimbledon in 35 years, as Federer outlasted seven Djokovic set points to equalize. The momentum seemed to be on Federer’s side after that, however Djokovic was able to shape up, and he came back stronger. The rain caused a short stoppage in the third set, and after the players returned, it was virtually no question that the Serb will wrap up the match eventually.
After Novak Djokovic won the Wimbledon 2015 final of the men’s singles event, an era is considered to be over. There is no more the domination of the big four of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray. Djokovic is clearly the best of the world and he is ahead of the others.
By beating Roger Federer in London, Djokovic captured his third Wimbledon title, and his ninth Grand Slam title overall. The Serb would have retained the leading spot in the ATP ranking even if he went down against Federer in the Sunday final anyway, however, by conquering the Centre Court once again, he made a statement, pointing out to followers of sports scores that he is the undisputable number one at the moment.
Djokovic demonstrated that when he is in top form, no one is able to overcome him. Even Federer, who is in way better shape than he was in the last couple of years, was unable to beat the Serb though they were playing in Wimbledon Centre Court, which is considered as the Swiss’ own house, where he won a record seven titles.
At the end of an interesting and exciting Wimbledon tournament, the best player in the world picked up the title both in the gentlemen’s and in the ladies’ singles competition. After Serena Williams won on Saturday, Novak Djokovic was also able to top his own field in a tight game against Roger Federer.
The match also included an instant classic tie-break at the end of the second set. According to pundits and keen followers of live sports results, the Wimbledon 2015 final was the best in that regard since the legendary final between Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe in 1980. Federer was able to avoid seven Djokovic set points, to win it by 12-10.
Djokovic became really upset only once during the final, and if he will reach a point, where he will be able to handle the biggest matches without such explosions, he might be simply unbeatable. Yet, he overcame this episode, and wrapped up the game as only he can, to win his third Wimbledon title.
Roger Federer lost the 2015 Wimbledon final 7-6, 6-7, 6-4,6-3 against Novak Djokovic on Sunday. Though, enjoying his fine shape recently he clearly came to win the tournament, he was quite upbeat after the defeat against world’s number one, gambling news report.
Federer said, “I still think I had a great tournament. You can have good tournaments without winning as well at the end. I still won six matches and lost one. The ratio still remains very good. But of course, you walk away empty-handed.” He added, “I’m right there. My game is good. I got broken very few times this tournament. I played on my terms. Things are all right.”
Federer is 33, which is an age when most tennis players have retired already. However the Swiss continues his career and he just reinforced his status as world’s number 2 with his performance and his achievement, collecting the runners-up trophy in Southwest London.