|Venue: All England Club Dates: 27 June-10 July|
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Novak Djokovic won his fourth consecutive men's singles title at Wimbledon by defeating Australia's Nick Kyrgios.
The first set was lost by the Serbian, but he came back to win the second and third sets on Centre Court.
It's the seventh SW19 men's title for the Serbian, and he has more than any other man.
He is one behind Nadal's record of 22 men's majors.
The top seed made a slower start than the younger one, who seemed unnerved by his first Grand Slam final.
The Serb didn't lose belief as he showed all of his skills to turn the match.
He is known for his fiery temperament as well as his exciting tennis.
In the heat of the battle on a hot Centre Court, Djokovic remained cool.
I am not going to lie, he is a bit of a God. I thought I played well.
A crowd of 15,000 people, including royals and celebrities, were in awe of the hottest ticket in town.
There will be fireworks in the match against the player who has shown the tendency to be volatile on the court.
Last year, the pair had an uneasy relationship, with the latter branding the Serbian player a "tool" and a "strange cat".
Before they were seen joking together at their practices on Saturday, the tension at the All England Club had lessened.
Both knew that losing their cool could encourage their opponent.
He did well to keep his emotions in check, despite the fact that he struggled to sleep because of the excitement.
As the fourth-set tie-break ran away from him, the frustration returned as the steely Serb drew out mistakes to seal a 21st major title.
After dropping to his knees, he picked a blade of the Centre Court grass to eat.
In his speech after the game, he said he would be back.
He said that you showed why you're one of the best players in the world.
I hope you have a good one. I admire you a lot and you are a great talent.
I didn't think I'd say so much nice things about you. It is officially a bromance.
There's more to come.