Novak Djokovic beats Nick Kyrgios for seventh Wimbledon title

ByLois C

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Novak Djokovic celebrates his latest Wimbledon win.

Novak Djokovic won his fourth straight Wimbledon title and seventh overall. 

WIMBLEDON, England—The men’s singles final Sunday lived up to its billing.

There was entertainment. There was incredibly clean and creative tennis, starting with a real flourish of Nick Kyrgios’s style edging Novak Djokovic’s substance and experience in the first set.

There were no outrageous outbursts or a player rifling balls at his opponent. No one “throwing a match.” In fact, there were small moments when Kyrgios made Djokovic temporarily look like a bland player.

By Lois C