Novak Djokovic Edges Roger Federer To Win Wimbledon

Novak Djokovic defeated Roger Federer 6-7, 6-4, 7-6, 5-7, 6-4 to be crowned Wimbledon Gentlemen’s Champion in the 2014 final in London on Sunday.  Both men were evenly matching each other game to game taking the first set to a tie-break.  Federer raced to a 3-0 lead until Djockovic leveled it at 4-4 and from then on it was on serve until the Swiss broke to take it 9-7.

In the second set it was the Serb who broke in the third game.  After racing to a 30-0 lead, before Federer took the game to deuce and handed the world number 2 the break after he over-hit a back hand shot.  Djokovic took the lead and eventually the set to level it at a set a piece.

In the third stanza the both players once again held their service games taking it to another tiebreaker which was won by the Serbian 7-4.  Going into the fourth all the momentum was with the Djokovic as Federer was struggling with his serve.  The 2011 Wimbledon champion broke the Swiss in the fourth game as the seven-times champion struggled with his serve.

Federer broke back immediately but was not able to consolidate the break losing his next service game.  He then went on to break Djokovic in the ninth game and in the eleventh to stage an amazing comeback.  The Swiss then held his serve to take the set 7-5 to and level the match at two sets-all.  In the fifth both men held their serve until Djokovic broke Federer’s serve in the tenth game to be crowned the Wimbledon Champion in 2014.