Wimbledon men's singles final that ended in the early morning, the top seed Djokovic 3-1 reversed the Australian adept Kyrgios, who reached the first Grand Slam final, to win the championship. The four-set score is 4-6/6-3/6-4/7-6(3). Djokovic managed to achieve four consecutive Wimbledon titles, his seventh Wimbledon title, and the number of Grand Slam titles reached 21. Djokovic's Wimbledon victory, coupled with Nadal's previous Australian Open and French Open titles, once again proves that the era of the "Big Three" dominating the tennis world is not over.
As we all know, the men's tennis scene has the well-known "Big Three" Federer, Nadal and Djokovic, who have almost monopolized the title of the four Grand Slams in the past 19 years. As early as 2003, Federer, the oldest of the three, defeated Philipps in the Wimbledon final to win the title for the first time, and since then the "Big Three" has begun to take the stage.
Until Djokovic beat Kyrgios in the 2022 Wimbledon men's singles final. In 76 Grand Slam tournaments played in 19 years, the Federer Big Three have won 63 of them, with a 82% probability of winning the title. In 19 years, there have only been 13 championships, including Andy Murray, who was once classified as Big4, and Wawrinka, the "four eggs", during which time winning 3 Grand Slams each has been the strongest outside the Big Three.
Now federer in the big three has been semi-retired, but Nadal and Djokovic are still in the sky, although the new generation of Medvedev, Zverev, Tsitsipas, Thiem and others already have the strength to impact the Grand Slam championship, but at present, The two Dana are still a mountain that is difficult to cross before them.
This year's last Grand Slam US Open, Djokovic will most likely not be able to participate, and Nadal's recovery from injury is still unknown. The new generation of players undoubtedly has the best chance of winning the title, so who will replicate Medvedev's miracle in 2021, we will wait and see.