Novak Djokovic won the Wimbledon men's title after coming back from a set behind to beat Nick Kyrgios. The 

win is the Serbian's first against Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios. He exploded at the chair umpire and spectators as he

tried to survive in the most important tennis match of his entire life. Kyrgios started off with a great start in his

maiden Grand Final. He led 5-3 after an initial break, before winning the first set 6-4 in 29 minutes. Djokovic battled

back in the second to take a 4-1 lead. He won the second set 6-3, and then won the third set 6-4. Djokovic won

the fourth set in a thrilling battle that ended in a tie-breaker to win his 20th grand Slam and seventh Wimbledon title. In

defeat, Kyrgios looked gracious and relaxed in his post-match speech. he quipped. "I thought I played well," he

said. Novak and the entire team deserve my congratulations. You have won the Championship, I don't know how many

times. Also, to all the umpires and ball players. Although we have a difficult relationship, I wanted to thank you for

your patience. Then, the people. It's been an incredible couple of weeks for myself. "You know, me and my team, I feel exhausted.