To give you point of view, THIS is what the scores resembled during the last phases of the Wimbledon last between Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic.
Furthermore, this is the means by which it finished.
Declining to surrender, these two simply propped up at it, hurling our modest and delicate hearts into the air with each serve.
Be that as it may, this game emphatically helped me to remember Federer’s Australian Open 2017 triumph, after which he thoughtfully said ‘Tennis is an intense game, there’s no draws however in the event that there was I’d be glad to impart it to Rafa today.’.
It’s now over 4 hours, 48 minutes Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic have been on court.— Ediye (@iamOkon) 14 July 2019
It’s now official, we have the longest #WimbledonFinal in history beating Federer vs Nadal back in 2008. Federer was 26 then, he is 38 next month!
It’s valid for this match also. Growing up tuning in about the incomparable Wimbledon last of 2008, the ‘best tennis match at any point played’, I used to consider how it resembles to watch that match live. All things considered, my desires were allowed. I presently know how it feels like to watch a match of this nature.
I am going crazy, you are going crazy, the whole world is blowing a gasket. Here’s verification.
How can any final eclipse this one tonight. What an incredible 5 hours. Really wanted Rog to win, but can’t fault Djokovic for pulling that out. Wow. #WimbledonFinal— Erin (@DailyRin) 14 July 2019
— Ayobami farooq (@AjadiHumar) 14 July 2019
The tennis greatest journalists will have to answer whether if 2019 Djokovic-Federer or 2008 Nadal-Federer was the best #WimbledonFinal— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) 14 July 2019
Oh I am actually in tears ? just outstanding from them both!! What a battle, what a final. The resilience from Djokovic, incredible ???? but Federer always the king, always the goat ?❤️ #wimbledonfinal— Jules Breach (@julesbreach) 14 July 2019