Novak Djokovic once again proved to be a stumbling block for Roger Federer after he rebuffed all attempts by the Swiss to win his fifth title at Wimbledon in the first final to be decided by the All England League break.
The defending champions were not the best side at times in the main court but saved two chances to win the match in the crucial group and extracted from their psychological and physical inventory to win 7-6, 1-6, 7-6, 4-6 and 13-12.
No player was able to settle things early in the final set of exhaustion extended the final to about five hours to become the longest final in the history of singles in Wimbledon when the application of the rules of the whole New England club first resort to the breakbreak at the tie 12-12.
As he did in the previous two break-ups, Djokovic, the number one player in the tournament, showed his nerve to smash Federer's hopes of ninth place at Wimbledon and be the oldest player to win the title of the Grand Slam in the professional era.
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Djokovic's line of attention after the match was settled. After Federer's handshake and the refereeing of the standoff, he found no way to celebrate the historic title but took a few grasses in a shot in which he wanted to win the championship.