Last Updated on July 14, 2019
The first racket of the world, Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic, in the final of the British “Slam” was stronger than the Swiss Roger Federer, who occupies the third place in the world ranking – 7/6 (5), 1/6, 7/6 (4), 4/6, 13/12 (3).
The match lasted 4 hours and 55 minutes. During this time, Novak made 10 aces and three breaks, mistaking nine times when filing. While Roger filed 25 times right through, implemented seven break points and made six double faults. Through personal meetings of opponents was 26:22 in favor of the Serb.
This is Wimbledon’s fifth title in Djokovic’s career (and the 16th Helmet in total). Novak earned 2,000 rating points and £ 2,350,000 in prize money.