Novak Djokovic vs Roger Federer Wimbledon 2019 final highlights

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  • Rastko Manasic
    Rastko Manasic 3 minutes ago +1

    Fantastic final in Wimbledon and super tiebreak.

  • Hersh Shorsh
    Hersh Shorsh 5 hours ago +2

    How far would the last set have gone if the rules were not changed ?

  • Hersh Shorsh
    Hersh Shorsh 5 hours ago +2

    Roger has one of the highest tiebreak win percentages ever, yet he lost all three in this match, there is something about Djoko that makes him reluctant in those clutch points.

  • mladen aleksic
    mladen aleksic 13 hours ago +2

    It's OVER, when Novak says! ! !

  • Aditya Patil
    Aditya Patil 21 hour ago +1

    Best Tennis Final I’ve ever seen

  • hendrasdrtube
    hendrasdrtube 22 hours ago +1

    This match takes so much energy for both of them, look what happen after this match, especially at US Open. Nadal take advantage of it.

  • Andrew White
    Andrew White 2 days ago +1


  • seles2506
    seles2506 2 days ago +1

    So glad Djokovic won just to shut that disgusting crowd up, anyone would of thought fed was British !!!!!!!! But anyone who knows Djokovic knows that only made him stronger well done :) and I am British not Serbian lol

  • Novak Djokovic
    Novak Djokovic 2 days ago +1

    I was very happy to win this so much respect for Roger

  • Daily dose of Awareness

    Federer is great, he treated defeat as same as victory.

  • Nicolás Palma
    Nicolás Palma 4 days ago

    Djokovic definitely has more mental strenght than Federer.

  • theboss
    theboss 4 days ago +1

    It's not just a British crowd who hate him. Maybe if he behaved with class and dignity he wouldn't be so detested on a tennis court. I've been to many tennis tournaments over the years and I have a lot friends/ family who are involved with the sport too.. yet I'm still to find a die hard Novak fan. He's just not that likeable, sorry.

  • Srikanth Narahari
    Srikanth Narahari 6 days ago

    I can't imagine higher quality of tennis!

  • hiwayman981
    hiwayman981 6 days ago

    As a Federer fan, I'm nothing but impressed by Djokovic; he showed that he's up the challenge of attaining the "GOAT" status so hotly discussed by fans of each of the top three male players for so long. While I've bought into Roger having laid claim to that title, it would have been even more tempting to say "GOAT = R.F.!!!!" had he won this match. Yet, at his age, and with all of his "failings" over his career (he is human), what I've come to accept is that, even if Roger was sitting pretty with 21 slam titles, Novak is not going away. He would still have enjoyed a positive H-2-H against Roger, as does Rafa, and at some point, probably through both Roger's retirement and Novak's continuing dominance, will break Fed's slam record, be it 20 or 21. Roger will not be able to make up for past deficiencies against his two primary rivals (the aforementioned head to heads will, I think, always be in Novak's and Rafa's favor), and Novak will be playing for a good while longer than Roger, and probably Rafa (meaning a good chance at an overall greater singles titles haul). He may break the overall number of weeks sitting atop the rankings at #1, and may take even more year-end tournament trophies. However, I still feel that Roger's place in the GOAT debate is tangible. He turned the tables on his arch nemesis, Rafa, about three years ago in an epic Australian Open final, really what Wimbledon 2019 could have been given one or two more groundstrokes going Roger's way (as a fan, I won't dwell on that.) He continues to make deep runs at slams, and win meaningful titles. His style of play, as I see it, is the purest, and most technically proficient; it is the style I'd try to teach a prospective student. While Rafael Nadal has just chalked up his 19th slam at the open, father time is creeping up on him as well; it's also been a while since he's beaten Novak in a big match. Were Nadal to win 20 or 21, he's still pretty likely to have less overall singles titles than Roger, and the preponderance of clay court success on his resume does little for his place in the greatest overall player in the men's game. With Roger and Rafa gone, and Novak firmly at the top, the path seems open for Djokovic to overtake many records set by the other two greats. Herein lies a potential "catch-22"; when the Swiss and the Spaniard are retired, does Novak not run the unavoidable "risk" of winning his future titles and earnings in an era eerily similar to Federer's heady days? Who will Novak's chief competitors be on the tour? How will "the record" regard such challenges by the likes of the "NextGen" players vying for big titles against the Serbian great? Many who are not in Roger's "GOAT" camp quickly point out that his many of his slam titles were against lower ranked players in the final matches, but what about the road to those finals? Players "get hot" all the time, and Fed was in many instances the one to cool them off at the biggest stages of the largest tournaments. I think it's important to look at a player's consistency throughout their career as well as their finals and titles to gain a better overall picture of who's best, and who they beat on the way to the final match as well. I'm not saying Novak is unworthy of future GOAT status, but the future holds in it a bit of a vacuum for him; each of the big three's greatness is largely based on a winning comparison of the other two...

  • Venko Tech
    Venko Tech 6 days ago


  • Skywalker
    Skywalker 7 days ago

    Djokovics facial expression after winning it says it all... It wasn't self satisfaction from winning but more like satisfaction from an enemy losing... The enemy being the crowd and all his haters

  • LanzEarthling
    LanzEarthling 7 days ago +1

    In all honesty. This game would be top 2 as the best Wimbledon match ever played next to the 2008 Finals.

  • Connor Ferris
    Connor Ferris 8 days ago

    Moral of the story, don’t play a tiebreak against Djokovic

  • 전종현
    전종현 9 days ago

    who are the man besides the ground??

  • Artur Chernicharo
    Artur Chernicharo 9 days ago

    So unfear.. I still cant believe

  • Rallynub
    Rallynub 11 days ago +1


  • Keyser Sose
    Keyser Sose 11 days ago

    In the last 10 years Roger won 5 GS. 5! Nole won 15 and Rafa 13. I know that Roger plays the best Tennis, but it does not seem the most effective one concerning winning. Roger and Rafa both have more 1000 titles too. Hard to say if he will end his career as the most successful one. I think not. But still my favourite

  • Matthew Maguire
    Matthew Maguire 11 days ago

    It still hurts to watch. It should have been #21

  • Vidisha Roy
    Vidisha Roy 11 days ago +3

    Am I the only one who's happy when Federer loses???!🤭🤭

  • alutha ty
    alutha ty 11 days ago +2

    still hurt.

  • Vikito Awomi
    Vikito Awomi 11 days ago

    Thanks Novak for stopping 21😂

  • Jeremie Aston
    Jeremie Aston 11 days ago +2

    I don't think Djokovic could win this final if he takes Nadal just before Roger...
    Roger beats Rafa and two days after he goes with Djoko...
    GG Roger, beating Rafa and facing Djoko at this level, close to the victory, so fare in the game, at your age ?! Whaou...
    What a Master !!!

    • Thor Nado
      Thor Nado 6 days ago

      @Jeremie Aston My point is that your master has slim chance of winning a slam because if he beats one, another one will beat him. His only chance is when the younger ones are injured.

    • Jeremie Aston
      Jeremie Aston 6 days ago

      @Thor Nado Yes but he can beat player youger than him. It was your comment before this one. So, like I said, stupid intervention my friend. ✌❤

    • Thor Nado
      Thor Nado 6 days ago

      @Jeremie Aston Roger has to pass the 2. If he was lucky to beat Nadal, then Djoko killed him. Recordwise, he only got 5 slam since 2010 whereas Djoko got 15 and Nadal 13. That's big difference.

    • Jeremie Aston
      Jeremie Aston 7 days ago +1

      @Thor Nado Heuuuuuuu Yes, he can... It's a Stupid intervention my friend, the proofs are here, just look at it, watch matches before coming and speak without knowing... -.-'

  • Lav Rana
    Lav Rana 11 days ago +1

    Federer tried to hit a massive six in the last match point. 😂😂😂😂😂😂 .. Out of the stadium.

  • ليبرالي مصري
    ليبرالي مصري 12 days ago +2

    Europe is devided into 3 ethnic peoples
    Germanic people (North) = Scandinavia + Britain + Germany + Netherlands + Switzerland + Austria
    Latin people (South) = Spain + France + Italy + Portugal + Romania
    Salvic people (East) = Russia + Poland + Chezoslovakia + Balkans
    Federer belongs to the North
    And three of four grand slam held into Anglo Saxon countries
    So they support federer in madness way
    Only France as a Latin country so Nadal didn't suffer alot from them
    The solution is to distribute the 4 grand slam in a fair way
    Like China + Russia + USA + France

  • xxi ccen
    xxi ccen 12 days ago

    I come back to review 15-40 two championship points to down😆

  • Kantri Valli
    Kantri Valli 12 days ago

    19 ✌️✌️✌️✌️

  • Ricardo Feitosa
    Ricardo Feitosa 12 days ago

    This match was gripping and exciting to watch! Another epic wimbledon final!!

  • Sandeep Andre
    Sandeep Andre 12 days ago

    Seems Federes wife is favourite of cameramen ...I Wann see her face when Federer lost but then cameramen did not show her face

  • Sandeep Andre
    Sandeep Andre 12 days ago

    British people so pathetic..... seems slave of Federer

  • hajimemashite watashi wa reysin desu

    tennis, golf,and F1 are the most boring sports I've ever watched! there is no trick shot just hitting the ball hard. And the strangest thing is the prize is very big just to hit the ball hard!
    boring sport, it's just exaggerated!
    that is my opinion.

  • Hussein Ali Mohammed Salihah

    True Crocodile

  • Geetam Manocha
    Geetam Manocha 14 days ago

    after a win like this Rafa would have dug 10 feet deep in the ground. Djokovic didn't celebrate cause he was playing against the british crowd, being fully respectful towards federer

  • Beyond Birthday
    Beyond Birthday 14 days ago

    I have a feeling that the crowd pissing off djokovic gave him a boost of energy.

  • shashwat gupta
    shashwat gupta 14 days ago

    Djokovic is a self straint beast. He doesn't care if the crowd supports him or not

  • thomas willery
    thomas willery 14 days ago

    Que dla chatte Djokovic cte grosse merde

  • Ansah Budu
    Ansah Budu 16 days ago

    Djokovic had to beat Federer, the umpire and the crowd at the same time. My G.OA.T.

  • Andres Rose
    Andres Rose 17 days ago

    7:45 matchpoint for federer and what a shot from novak haha

  • Darion Spark
    Darion Spark 17 days ago

    Novak Djokovic will never be the best tennis player in history. Pimp, arrogant, cheater, bully and a bad person.

    I'm not surprised that the public doesn't love him.

  • Amar Saidani
    Amar Saidani 17 days ago

    what a match

  • Dkusa
    Dkusa 20 days ago

    crowd of 🤡s

  • Healty Wealth
    Healty Wealth 20 days ago

    Biggest choke of Feds career...2 match points on serve ?????

  • DudeGT
    DudeGT 21 day ago +1

    Crowd: Roger! Roger!
    Novak: Hold my Rakija

  • Ayaan TV
    Ayaan TV 21 day ago

    Dumb djocovic

  • Redskins win win
    Redskins win win 21 day ago

    Novak and pistol best ever

  • Casey
    Casey 21 day ago +1

    I still think Federer is the GOAT for playing the better match at 38 years old but congrats to Novak for winning against such a disrespectful crowd.

  • John Dunlap
    John Dunlap 22 days ago

    It's a pity we'll never get to see these two play each other at the same age.

  • Leteca Tiina
    Leteca Tiina 22 days ago

    I love how hard these dude are cheering for Federer, jumping into the shot every time... so sad for them.

  • Emma Tian
    Emma Tian 22 days ago

    I will never do that bit bit dumb thing

  • pierre cunescu
    pierre cunescu 23 days ago

    novak make exactly the same point for save the match point that federer did for break him

  • Carlos Barbosa
    Carlos Barbosa 24 days ago +1

    Delightful to watch federer lost match points.

  • dagnu
    dagnu 24 days ago +2

    Djokovic needs 5 sets, a tie break and the longest final to beat an old Federer.

    • Health Approach
      Health Approach 6 days ago

      hahaha right! but every version/age of federer lost to novak so your comment makes no sense.

  • النساء قويات

    Nole idemo 💪

  • Amber Abalama
    Amber Abalama 24 days ago

    GG to Djokovic, but Roger is the best ever.

  • Julián Junior
    Julián Junior 24 days ago

    ATP ranking 2007: 1 Federer 2 Nadal 3 Djokovic. 2019: 1 Djokovic 2 Nadal 3 Federer Hello? Where is the new generation ... of new players? Promises that were not and the years go by: Tsitsipas, Zverev, Monfils, Dimitrov, Thiem, Goffin, Nishikori (these in the current top 20). Other players missing from the map of the last 13 years of big three domain: Tsonga, Simon, Berdych, Gulbis, Gasquet, Dolgopolov.

  • Étienne Gauthier
    Étienne Gauthier 25 days ago

    Who’s still crying after that 40-15?