Novak Djokovic won his seventh Wimbledon title after defeating Nick Kyrgios in the men’s singles final.

The Serbian successfully defended her title in four sets, winning 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (3).

Amid a tough season, the 35-year-old claimed his 21st Grand Slam title today.

During the match, Kyrgios began to lose his cool as the scoreboard turned in favor of Djokovic, who received a code violation for swearing.

He complained bitterly to the referee about a “drunk” woman in the crowd who he claimed had been calling him names during the game.

Djokovic, who has won three previous tournaments at SW19, kept his cool as his Australian opponent shouted at his team and the umpire.

Receiving his trophy as runner-up to the Duchess of Cambridge, Kyrgios said: “He’s a bit of a god. I thought I played well.

“To all the kids with the ball, the referees – I know we have a difficult relationship – thank you for putting up with me. And the crowd was great,” Kyrgios added.

The past two weeks have been a rollercoaster for the 27-year-old, which also brought news that he is facing charges for assaulting his ex-girlfriend.

Among the crowd were the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their son Prince George.

10 July 2022, London, UK: Tennis: Grand Slam/ATP – Wimbledon Men’s Singles Final. Kate (right), Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge sit in the Royal Box at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croq

Asked by host Sue Barker if he wanted more Grand Slam finals, Kyrgios said: “Not at all, I’m so tired.

“Me and my team are exhausted. I need a well-deserved rest. I’m very happy with this result, the best of my career. Maybe one day I’ll be back.”

Djokovic has now won seven of the last 11 titles at the All England Club, level with Pete Sampras and just one shy of Roger Federer’s men’s singles record and Rafael Nadal’s total.

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