Djokovic v Federer - three Wimbledon meetings

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After striking a attractive backhand victor down the line on the 45th shot of Wimbledon's longest ever rally, Novak Djokovic asks the crowd to turn up the volume and get on their feet.

Novak Djokovic was our pre-tournament pick for Wimbledon glory and he is still fancied to win the final at the expense of Roger Federer. With a 3-1 lead in hand, Federer would fight through a pair of marathons, earning a crucial 4-1 margin after striking a crosscourt backhand that would give your neck whiplash if you were watching from the first few rows. Moments before heading on to yet another Wimbledon final, he is tested with another "there is no way" shot.

"It's been a rock solid year", he said. "The stars are aligned right now", said Federer. "From that standpoint, I can go into that match very confident".

As Roger Federer prepares to take on Novak Djokovic in Sunday's Wimbledon final, he knows there is little he can do now to improve his chances of winning a 21st Grand Slam title - all the work has been done.

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The Federer-Nadal semifinal was to follow shortly on Centre Court, and thousands of tennis fans jammed onto the large hill on the grounds of the All England Club to watch a reprise of the 2008 Wimbledon final on an oversize TV screen.

This one felt like just as much of a classic contest, though, one that anyone present is not likely to forget. He made enemies in the locker room with his impersonations of other players, and in NY angered the USA crowd after an argument with home favourite Andy Roddick in 2008.

"I think I can with experience really separate the two". At 37 years, 291 days old, she surpassed the previous record-holder, Martina Navratilova, who was 37 years, 258 days old when she made it to the women's singles final at Wimbledon in 1994. "How much can you still surprise somebody". "I think Djokovic is going to feel pressure, that's for sure, but then for Federer it might be his last chance".

"You have these matches that go over time and people remember them 30 or 40 years later". Not only is he picking the victor, he's also betting on how many sets the match lasts, how many games the first set goes, and whether there will be a tiebreak.

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And the 32-year-old admits he is "looking to make history".

Both of those triumphs came against Federer and Djokovic has already visualized another victory as a mental tactic to prepare for the world number three Swiss.

No more Tennis news more to miss: look.ch always delivers the latest information on all major events! "It was tough at the end".

"There's no point to start partying tonight or get too emotional, too happy about it, even though I am extremely happy. I also do it on the court". He reached his sixth final at the grass-court major by beating 23rd-seeded Roberto Bautista Agut 6-2, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 earlier Friday.

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"And Roger said: 'No, as a matter of fact, four hundred thousand, and half of the money goes to my charity in Africa for the children, which is fantastic - but the best part of it is I get to have dinner with Rod Laver'". He's arguably the top Wimbledon player of all time, entering this match an astonishing 100-12 in this tournament with eight titles, the most recent coming in 2017.

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