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Federer vs Djokovic: Wimbledon's final start time, TV, how to watch, preview


Wimbledon comes to the end of Sunday with the top-seeded man (Novak Djokovic) who faces the title of man (known as Roger Federer). The two players, 48th meetingFederer will attempt to achieve his 21st and ninth career titles Wimbledon, while Djokovic is heading for his 16th and the fifth in All-England Club. He also wants Wimbledon titles to get back for a second time in his career.

Federer, who met 38 next month, reached another milestone when he broke Rafael Nadal in four seasons set on Friday to become the oldest man to reach Wimbledon as Ken Rosewall, 39 years d & #, lost. 39, aged Jimmy Connors.

His task is no longer enviable. He must recreate in time to face another defender who is unable to get to Djokovic, Serbia with the 2-1 edge over Federer in the Wimbledon final (he won in 2014 and 2015) and record 25-22. hours – there is a reason for Swiss The star was never able to return to Nadal and Djokovic in a Grand Slam competition. Djokovic, although he seemed to have trouble with his focus in winning four semifinal series over Roberto Bautista Agut Friday, it is likely he will enter a Sunday championship with the largest pair of legs.

What you need to know

Ref. No seed No seed Djokovic vs No. 2 Roger Federer, 9 a.m.

Television: ESPN.

Stream: WatchESPN and the ESPN App. ESPN3 will provide “Wimbledon Multicam” with boxes targeting each player, online and the ESPN app.

Read more:

Playing the best game of my life, Simona Halep is head of Serena Williams for Wimbledon title.

Serena Williams says that the way to history is tightening tightly

Shining brighter in twilight, downs Federer Nadal, and other faces of Djokovic

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