Nick Kyrgios is beaten by Novak Djokovic to achieve his seventh Wimbledon trophy.
In the men's singles final, Djokovic lost the opening set but won the following three to win his 21st Grand Slam championship.
Late in the third set, Djokovic took command of the match. He then utilised his patented combination of consistent power and unyielding discipline to keep Kyrgios at bay and win, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (3), in 3 hours and 1 minute.
With the match, Djokovic won his seventh Wimbledon singles championship and fourth straight.
His 28th straight match victory at Wimbledon gave him the prize he values most among all.
He had reached 32 Grand Slam finals. His current finals record is at 21-11.
He said as he held the trophy close to his heart, "I've lost the words for what this tournament means to me and my family.
Early on, Kyrgios, who was competing in his maiden Grand Slam final, was the superior player, besting Djokovic in every area of the match.
He might not have had another opportunity to win a Grand Slam competition until the French Open in Paris in May of 2019. He utilised it to the fullest. He frequently does.