Novak Djokovic claimed a fourth Wimbledon title in ruthless fashion as he beat South African Kevin Anderson 6-2 6-2 7-6(3) on a Centre Court on Sunday.

After the monumental drama provided by both men’s semi-finals, the two longest in Wimbledon history, the showpiece proved something of an anti-climax as Djokovic ended a two-year Grand Slam title drought.

Anderson, bidding to become the first South African to win the men’s title, had spent 21 hours on court to reach his first Wimbledon final and his tank appeared to be empty in the opening two sets as a clinical Djokovic dominated.He however took the third set to a tie break but Djokovic ensured that there won’t be further drama of a comeback by winning the tie break 7-3

 

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