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We're two hours away from the true sporting heavyweight contest of the weekend, maybe the year, as Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic finally go toe-to-toe sorry David in a Grand Slam final.
And not just any Grand Slam final. As Novak said yesterday: "It's Wimbledon. It's simply something I've dreamed of forever.
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By Chris Bevan at Wimbledon. You can relive the moment he won the title here, if you are in the UK, and relive a thrilling fourth set here too.
Djokovic is showing off his new prize to the crowd outside Centre Court now, before meeting the president of Serbia too. He cannot stop kissing the trophy either, but can you blame him?
New Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic: "It is really hard to describe with any words apart from that this is the best day of my life.
I always dreamt of winning Wimbledon. When you are playing the best player in the world, Rafa, who has won two of the last three Wimbledons and always beaten me in the Grand Slams, I had to be at the top of my game and I think I played my best game on the grass courts ever.
He moves to within just two games of the title, but let's not forget who is on the other side of the net. If the Serb is wobbling at all, then this will be the moment he will show it.
His response is rock solid, however, as he draws an error out of Nadal before wrapping the game up with a huge serve.
Rafa holds with relative ease - the first time in this set we haven't seen break-points. A chance to catch our breath, then.
Someone tell that to Novak Djokovic. He's facing a break-back point after a expected fierce response by Rafa, and comes up with trumps with a crashing serve Rafa gets something on his return and the ball somehow creeps over the net after looking like it was going to land below the net-cord.
It drops dead too. Nadal holds up a hand in apology but he won't mean it Don't you believe a word of it.
He comes into put away a wonderful stooping volley to move to , and two break-points. He only needs one of them, because that wonderful looping forehand is back, whipping up at Rafa on the baseline like a bucking bronco and forcing him to flop his reply into the net.
That leaves Djoko down but he is given a bit of breathing space when Rafa shanks a forehand on the next point. The respite doesn't last long, though, because a huge Nadal forehand brings him to break-point yet again, this time saved with a smash.
Djoko thought it was in too, but Hawk Eye says otherwise. Novak holds, by the skin of his teeth. Is Nadal going to sweep through this second set?
Well, no. But if you doubted that Rafa was up for the fight then the last point of the game proves he is not going to go quietly: he chased down at least three lost-causes and even tried a hot-dog, which landed out.
Rafa holds to love and he looks a little bit happier as he marches to his chair and takes a swig of water at the changeover. Not much happier, admittedly.
But at least he has a foothold in this set. He's been more like a tennis machine. Rafa, being Rafa, is not about to crumble and he rushes to That Djoko forehand keeps coming up trumps, though, and he is soon back in with a sniff at before Nadal finally sees it out with a big serve.
Not today senor. He picks up one point with an improvised flicked backhand winner straight off your local squash court but Djoko is still producing those rasping forehand winners, and still finding the corners.
He is still marching towards a two-set lead too. The sun is back out, but it is only shining on one player at the moment. He isn't Djoko should gobble up a smash at but puts it wide and Rafa is grateful, very grateful, to see the ball clip the net-cord and fly away from Djokovic's racquet on the next point.
These are worrying times for the top seed. Nadal is trying to stop this train which is running against him," says Boris Becker.
Djoko keeps getting better and better too, and Nadal's big shots from the baseline are all coming back at him with interest.
Djoko nails a crunching backhand and he has breathing space in this second set, after winning his fifth game in a row. E ora appuntamento al Con questo breve pensiero, ci congediamo dalla nostalgia e diamo appuntamento al prossimo anno.
Con grande eleganza, ha persino deciso di elargire un montepremi compensativo ai giocatori che avrebbero preso parte al torneo per classifica.
Si tratta di un re vestito di bianco vicino ad abdicare , seppure ancora felicemente regnante. Qui non si tratta solo di scalare il ranking ma di bucare il video salvando il tennis dalla noia.
Meglio avrebbero fatto i fratelli Grimm che, tagliando corto, sarebbero andati dritti a un principe volleatore che risveglia Biancaneve e tutto il resto.
Come ricordare, dunque, il passaggio storico di un re tanto amato? Ma bando alla mestizia, panta rei dice Eraclito, tutto scorre. And I believe that gets in the head of opponents.
They instill fear. And yet, year after year, the same message echoes: the depth is increasingly greater, a threat from a lower-ranked player that much more likely, the weaknesses among the Top surely less pronounced.
How, then, are Federer, Nadal and Djokovic able to remain so much better and continue to win these tournaments year after year?
Perhaps they too are witnesses to their own genius, keen to regard their achievements with awe, insight and appreciation.
Just ask them. If you do, I don't know, you must have so much talent and parents and the coaches that push you from the age of three on, who think you're like a project.
These kind of things make you stronger and hungrier for success I think in whatever you choose to do. That's probably one of the reasons why I managed to find that extra gear or necessary, I guess, mental strength to overcome challenges when they present themselves.