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Novak Djokovic to his wife Jelena after winning Wimbledon on the day of their wedding anniversary

Novak Djokovic had more reasons than one to
celebrate on Sunday, as he won the 2022
Wimbledon title on the day of his wedding
anniversary. The Serb wished his wife Jelena on
the special occasion in front of the Centre Court
crowd after lifting the trophy, which was his
present to her.
Djokovic defeated Nick Kyrgios 4-6, 6-3, 6-4,
7-6(3) to win his seventh Wimbledon crown,
closing in on Roger Federer’s record of eight
titles at the prestigious event. Jelena has been
supporting him from the players’ box throughout
the tournament and was there during the big
final as well.Speaking during his on-court interview after
lifting the trophy, Novak Djokovic shared a
wonderful moment with his wife.
He was surprised to see their daughter Tara join
his team in the player’s box as he turned
towards his team during his victory speech. She
was not present during his match as kids under
the age of five are not allowed during matches,
but her dad was thrilled to see her make it
during the celebrations.
He then revealed that his son Stefan was the
only family member missing from the
celebrations as the seven-year-old was playing
some tennis of his own with Bob Bryan’s little
boy.

The 35-year-old also spoke about his love for
Wimbledon’s Centre Court, where he remains
unbeaten since 2013. The last time he lost on
the court was to Andy Murray in the 2013 final.
The top seed lost the opening set for the third
match in a row in the final against Nick Kyrgios.
The Australian player used his big serve and
powerful groundstrokes to great effect in the
opening set to win it on the back of a solitary
break of serve.
Just as he did in the semifinal against Cameron
Norrie, Djokovic responded strongly to dropping
the first set.
The Serb struck back with an early break in the
second set and carried his newfound momentum
to win the set. Then, at 4-4 in the third set,
Djokovic won five points in a row from 40-0 on
Kyrgios’ serve to earn a match-defining break of
serve and close out the set 6-4.
The Australian player fought quite hard in the
fourth set, but the Serb was too good in the tie-
breaker, where he dropped just three points on
his way to the title.
The World No. 3 closed in on Rafael Nadal ‘s
record of 22 Grand Slams by winning his 21st
Grand Slam title. As things stand, the Serb is
highly unlikely to play in either the 2022 US
Open or the 2023 Australian Open. His next
appearance at a Major could be at the French
Open in May next year.

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Aayush Majumdar
TOP CONTRIBUTOR
Modified Jul 10, 2022 11:46 PM IST
“D arling, happy anniversary! This is
my present,” the Serb said when asked
about the occasion.e was surprised to see their daughter Tara join
his team in the player’s box as he turned
towards his team during his victory speech. She
was not present during his match as kids under
the age of five are not allowed during matches,
but her dad was thrilled to see her make it
during the celebrations.
He then revealed that his son Stefan was the
only family member missing from the
celebrations as the seven-year-old was playing
some tennis of his own with Bob Bryan’s little
boy.
The 35-year-old also spoke about his love for
Wimbledon’s Centre Court, where he remains
unbeaten since 2013. The last time he lost on
the court was to Andy Murray in the 2013 final.
The top seed lost the opening set for the third
match in a row in the final against Nick Kyrgios.
The Australian player used his big serve and
powerful groundstrokes to great effect in the
opening set to win it on the back of a solitary
break of serve.
Just as he did in the semifinal against Cameron
Norrie, Djokovic responded strongly to dropping
the first set.
The Serb struck back with an early break in the
second set and carried his newfound momentum
to win the set. Then, at 4-4 in the third set,
Djokovic won five points in a row from 40-0 on
Kyrgios’ serve to earn a match-defining break of
serve and close out the set 6-4.
The Australian player fought quite hard in the
fourth set, but the Serb was too good in the tie-

breaker, where he dropped just three points on
his way to the title.
The World No. 3 closed in on Rafael Nadal ‘s
record of 22 Grand Slams by winning his 21st
Grand Slam title. As things stand, the Serb is
highly unlikely to play in either the 2022 US
Open or the 2023 Australian Open. His next
appearance at a Major could be at the French
Open in May next year.
6 Reactions
Aayush Majumdar
TOP CONTRIBUTOR
Modified Jul 10, 2022 11:46 PM IST
“D arling, happy anniversary! This is
my present,” the Serb said when asked
about the occasion.
“S he’s not five years (old) yet so she
wasn’t allowed to watch a match live.
Next year, hopefully, if she’s
interested, which she wasn’t too much
in tennis, she can watch daddy play
live,” a happy Djokovic expressed.
“I t’s the most special tennis court in
the world…Everything is so directed
and focused on the tennis players, this
tournament has the most history and
recognition around the world. I’m
extremely grateful and happy to be
here,” the Serb said on the same.

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