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There is so much taste to eat grass, never before: Djokovic

After winning Wimbledon

By securing two match points last Sunday, Wimbledon won the fifth career Grand Slam title and the 16th Grand Slam title was won by tennis star Novak Djokovic. Djokovic won the title after defeating another tennis player Roger Federer in the longest-running final in Wimbledon's history.

Federer defeated 37-year-old Federer 7-6 (7/5), 1-6, 7-6 (7/4), 4-6, 13-12 (7/3) to win the fifth title of the world Player Djokovic

For the first time in the four-hour 57-minute Wimbledon final, the last set of tiebreaks was settled. Djokovic became the first player to win the match against Wimbledon as the first player to win the match. Djokovic touched the milestone of the five Wimbledon titles of the former tennis star Beon square by winning this title.

Djokovic said, "It's one of the most memorable matches I've ever played against Roger, one of the greatest players of all time. I am very respectful to Roger. Unfortunately, one of these matches has to be defeated. It is unbelievable to return from two match points to the end. '

After winning the Wimbledon, Djokovic posted a photo of Cup in his Instagram on Tuesday, "It was a match to remember forever. A match, where everything was there. (This) is a match that has overtaken our game. "

Djokovic also wrote, "I feel pity for being part of such a match. Roger's great tribute to the outstanding fight We enjoyed the last 12 months of tennis tournaments. I came back from injury and tried to play tennis to compete in Grand Slam. "

After winning the match, the Serbian star came out of the court after ticking some grass in the court.

32-year-old Djokovic also wrote on the post of Instagram, "Confidence, conviction, concentration and great support for the people near me today have brought me to this place today. I'm lucky and I know that. '

Djokovic has only four titles away from Federer's record of 20 grand slams. Swiss star Federer's five-year-old Djokovic has a chance to get ahead of the record. But before Djokovic, Rafael Nadal Nadal has won 18 grand slams.

He is proud to write history at Wimbledon and face the legends in tennis court, Djokovic said that in the future, he wants to remain a witness for such a memorable moment.

In addition, Djokovic joked, "There is so much taste to eat grass, never before."
                

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