The world number one won the second Grand Slam title of his career Carlos AlgarazThe Spanish tennis player came back from a set deficit to finally beat him in five games Novak Djokovic In the Wimbledon final. It’s been more than ten years since the Serbian won the classic back on the center court of the cross-court major, and he still has to wait to set it up. Roger Federer A record eight wins at Wimbledon.
Djokovic, who has won the tournament seven times before and holds a record 23 GS wins, came into the final in solid form and started Sunday’s match confidently, breaking twice in the first set against an error-prone opponent. After winning the first game 6-1, the Serbian also started to make mistakes and even though he was 3-0 up in the match, he had a game point but lost in the tie-break – Djokovic stumbled after winning 15 Grand Slams. in competitions.
At the start of the third set, Algaraz took his opponent’s serve and even after 3-1, a break came from the Spaniard and he won the set 6-1. Djokovic’s performance improved in the fourth game as he won several key ball games and at 2-2 he won a game as his bettor, giving him a one-step advantage and winning the final set.
Of course, there was a twist in the match that also turned out to be decisive.
In the fifth set, at 1-1, Alcaraz managed to break Djokovic, which was a surprise from the perspective that the Serbian had been on pace up until that point. In this, the seven-time Wimbledon champion also broke his racket.
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The 20-year-old Algaraz held this break advantage until the end, so he won the Wimbledon final with paper form, achieving his second Grand Slam victory since the 2022 US Open. In singles the man is younger than her Boris Becker (in 1985, aged 17) and Jorn Borg (aged 20 years and 27 days, in 1976) won the Wimbledon final.
3 – Carlos Algarz is the third youngest player in the Open era to win his first men’s singles title at Wimbledon – older than Boris Becker (in 1985) and Björn Borg (1976). Royal.#Wimbledon | @Wimbledon #Wimbledon final pic.twitter.com/nrPxih6fwQ
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Carlos Algaraz (Spain, 1st) – Novak Djokovic (Serbia, 2nd) 1-6, 7-6 (8-6), 6-1, 3-6, 6-4