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Wishes pour in for newly crowned Wimbledon champ
As former world number one Novak Djokovic clinched the fourth Wimbledon title of his career by registering a comprehensive 62, 62, 76 straight sets victory over South Africas Kevin Anderson, social media is flooded with wishes for the newly crowned champion
London [UK]: As former world number one Novak Djokovic clinched the fourth Wimbledon title of his career by registering a comprehensive 6-2, 6-2, 7-6 straight sets victory over South Africa's Kevin Anderson, social media is flooded with wishes for the newly crowned champion.
Taking to Twitter, fellow Wimbledon finalist Kevin Anderson congratulated Djokovic for his achievement and expressed delight over sharing the centre court with him.
Congratulations @DjokerNole. You are a true champion of our sport and it was an honour to share Centre Court with you. Thank you to everyone who makes @Wimbledon possible and perfect - see you next year! pic.twitter.com/46ObHMfOa3— Kevin Anderson (@KAndersonATP) July 15, 2018
The Duchess of Cambridge and Duke of Cambridge, who were present during the men's singles Wimbledon final, also sent their congratulatory wishes to the championship winner.
The royal guests took to twitter and lauded both the finalists for their efforts.
Other people from tennis community like Rod Laver, Juan M. del Petro, Patrick McEnroe, and Boris Becker also sent their wishes to Djokovic through twitter.
Idemo!!! @DjokerNole 🙌🏆— Juan M. del Potro (@delpotrojuan) July 15, 2018
He’s back.........— Patrick McEnroe (@PatrickMcEnroe) July 15, 2018
Should be quite a summer pic.twitter.com/40dmqOXq0h
Novak Djokovic's last Wimbledon title came in 2015 after which he clinched his maiden Roland Garros title in 2016.
The Serbian player experienced a major downfall in his career due to elbow injury due to which he had to cut short his 2017 season after retiring from last year's Wimbledon.