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Novak Djokovic v Nick Kyrgios live stream: How to watch the Wimbledon final

By Harry Edwards

Novak Djokovic v Nick Kyrgios live stream: How to watch the Wimbledon final

Published: 12:31, 9 July 2022

Novak Djokovic will be looking to win Wimbledon for the fourth time in a row when he faces Nick Kyrgios in the 2022 final on Sunday at 2pm (UK time).

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Where to watch Novak Djokovic vs Nick Kyrgios on TV:

  • UK: BBC
  • US: ESPN & Tennis Channel

Only Bjorn Borg (five in a row), Roger Federer (five) and Pete Sampras (four) have had more dominating spells at Wimbledon than Djokovic in the Open Era, but the Serbian will be looking to draw level with the latter in winning his fourth consecutive title.

It hasn’t been easy for Djokovic at this year’s Wimbledon but that might make any potential victory even sweeter. Either side of straight-set victories over Thanasi Kokkinakis and Miomir Kecmanovic, Djokovic was taken to four sets by Soon-woo Kwon and wildcard Tim van Rijthoven. His biggest test came in the semi-final as Djokovic had to come from two sets down to prevail, setting up his semi-final against Brit Cameron Norrie. There was another Djokovic comeback but only from one set down, with the Serbian eventually winning 5-7, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2.

On the other side of the draw Kyrgios, looking to claim his first ever grand slam in his first final. Prior to this year’s Wimbledon, Kyrgios best finishes at a major tournament were quarter-final exits in Wimbledon in 2014 and the 2015 Australian Open.

Wimbledon this year didn’t get off to a good start for Kyrgios as he was wanted to five sets by Paul Jubb, and it has been a rollercoaster of a tournament, mixing comfortable victories with tough matches. Filip Krajinović (second round) and Christian Garin (quarter-finals) were beaten in straight sets, Stefanos Tsitsipas went down in four (third round) and Brandon Nakashima (fourth round) took him all the way. Then, of course, Kyrgios was given a bye to the final after his semi-final opponent Rafael Nadal withdrew due to injury.

Prediction: Novak Djokovic to win in five sets