Who won Wimbledon 2015 men’s final? Djokovic, Federer become richer with huge prize money

Who won Wimbledon 2015 men’s final? Djokovic, Federer become richer with huge prize money

Who won Wimbledon 2015 men’s final? Djokovic, Federer become richer with huge prize money

Novak Djokovic wins his ninth grand slam after destroying Federer defense. At just 28 years of age he is in great shape. A report sayd “There will be more. There will surely be more. He did what was beyond Andy Murray: he broke down Roger Federer’s serve with the depth and ferocity of his returns and whenever he was in trouble on his own serve, he always found a way. It was a bit anti-climactic in the end. The brilliant Djokovic refused to be steered off course after losing that tie-break in the second set”.

Rains stop, covers coming off and both the players to go for warm up

Third set: Federer 6-7, 7-6, 2-3 Djokovic rain interrupts the game as Federe starts to show some willingness to comeback. Federer whips out a couple of aces to lead 40-0 and holds to love just as the heavens open and the umpire tells everyone to eff off that we’ll have a short delay.

Third set: Federer 6-7, 7-6, 1-1 Djokovic. Federer seems to be on an upswing. While there is no Andy Murray for the London crowd to support, they are supporting the Swiss legend. This apparently seems to be impacting Djokovic who actually hints at a wobble when he frames an easy forehand long and Federer then takes a 0-30 lead with a scorching forehand down the line!

Third set: Federer* 6-7, 7-6, 1-0 Djokovic. Match is getting hot and hotter with every passing second.Djokovic really working hard as he wills Federer to drop a backhand long to make it 15-40. Amazingly Djokovic nets a gimme of a backhand with to pass up the first break point and Federer smacks an ace down the middle to save the second! Federer holds and unsurprisingly he has the crowd on his side.At 33 Federer is still impressive

Roger Federer wins the second set 7-6 thus levels the match!

He has made a great impression in the second set. There is no dneying the fact. Federer* 12-10 Djokovic: The Serb serve-volleys and against all the odds he wins the second set with an obdurate backhand block volley! He’s back from the brink and what we’ve just seen is an exhibition of one of Federer’s more underrated qualities: his fight.

Second set tie-break: Roger Federer seems to be getting his rythm right and absolutely the best and most crucial time. Federer 11-10 Djokovic* (*denotes server): Djokovic nets a forehand and Federer has a set point on his serve!

First set: Federer 5-5 Djokovic: The Serb again comes with a great display and shows why he is such a perfect finisher.  (*denotes server): Two solid aces from Djokovic quell any suspicions that he might crumble in this game. He leads 30-0, then 40-15, then holds when Federer nets a backhand.

First set: Federer* 5-4 Djokovic: Swiss doesnt seem to have lost his power against the Serb. Federer’s first serve percentage dipped when he failed to consolidate the break for 4-2. He heeds the warning and regains his level, asserting himself again with a hold to love.

First set: Federer 4-4 Djokovic. New ball seems to have done wonders for Serbia. Djokovic swings an ace out wide for a 15-0 lead. Soon it’s 40-0, Federer’s return deserting him. Djokovic holds to 15, banging an ace down the middle. Is momentum shifting his way?

First set: Federer 4-2 Djokovic: There is no denyign the fact that this could be a big game. A swerving return from Federer down the line unbalances Djokovic, whose unconvincing low slice goes into the net.

First set: Federer 3-2 Djokovic. Murray was probably right about Federer and his serving prowess. Federer glides into a 40-0 lead thanks to some more immaculate serving and holds to love again – he’s won 80% of his first serves so far

First set: Federer 2-2 Djokovic. Both men have their prestige at stake. The first two points of the game are shared, before Federer whips a forehand return just wide

First set: Federer* 2-1 Djokovic. It was always expected to be tough. Djokovic wins his first point on the Federer serve, a low backhand return that catches Federer out down by his feet. That doesn’t deter Federer from serve-volleying. Both are working real hard and not letting their opponents get it easy

The Wimbledon 2015 is going to be a test of nerves between two great athletes and strategists. Both are in great shape and great frame of minds. No one is going to give in a fight that is going to be nothing short of ferocious.

Djokovic and Roger Federe are both great athletes and both seem to be at the pinnacle of their careers. When it comes to Djokovic his return of serve has been impeccable too.

Two masters of the game are going to take the game of the tennis to another height by their masterly game. On the other hand, Roger Federer, who is chasing what’d be an eighth Wimbledon crown, thinks this facet of the match will be key.Novak Djokovic, Abu Dhabi

While talking about him Ben Rothenberg of the New York Times says, “While the silky skills of the veteran make him one of the most aesthetic sights in sport, his serve has always been a hugely underrated weapon in his vast arsenal of talents. On Friday, Murray, who is arguably the best returner in the world, was simply unable to cope with the pace, accuracy and variation used by Federer with the ball in hand”.

In the meantime laurels are coming from all around for the way he played against Murray in the semifinals. The Briton too goes to the extent of claiming that the Swiss looked not at the twilight of his career, but at the pinnacle of it. He went on to add that it was the best he’d ever seen the 33-year-old serve:

Roger Federer has never served better against me than he did in Friday’s match on Centre Court, and I hope he never does it again…It was the 24th time we’ve played each other, and in our last match at the O2 in November I only won one game, but even then it wasn’t like I was getting aced off the court and couldn’t touch the ball…At one point on Friday I looked up at the scoreboard and it was 3-2 and he’d served nine aces, and I thought, “What’s going on?” It was his best serving performance in one of our matches and not just by a little bit, by far.”

While Serena Williams won the Wimbledon 2015 women’s final at the ripe age of 33 years, will Roger Federer do the same? He too is 33 years and like Serena Williams is in the best shape ever.

Winner £1,880,000 7
Runner-up £940,000 7
Semi-finalists £470,000 7
Quarter-finalists £241,000 7
Fourth round £127,000 9
Third round £77,000 8
Second round £47,000 9
First round £29,000 7

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