Wimbledon was started in 1877 but since then it has not happened in this tournament which is going to be held on Sunday.
Djokovic-Berretini will face each other in the final of Wimbledon.
Wimbledon, the third Grand Slam of the year, is now at its final stage. In the final of the men’s singles category of this biggest grass court tournament, the great tennis player Novak Djokovic of Serbia will face Italy’s Mateo Berrettini on Sunday. Djokovic would like another Grand Slam title in his account, while Italy’s Berrettini will be trying for his first Grand Slam title. As soon as this match starts, a history will be created. Something will happen that has not happened in the history of Wimbledon. For the first time in this tournament there will be a female chair umpire in the men’s singles final.
Wimbledon was started in 1877. Croatia’s 43-year-old Maria Chichak will officiate in Sunday’s match in which Novak Djokovic and Berrettini will try to win the title. The All England Club announced the selection of Chichak on Saturday. Never before has a woman chair umpire been appointed in the men’s singles final at Wimbledon.
Sisak is the umpire of the gold batch
Chichak is the chair umpire of the ‘Gold Batch’ and has been a member of the WTA Elite team since 2012. She was also the chair umpire for the 2014 Wimbledon women’s final, and then three years later she held the same responsibility in the women’s doubles final. She officiated in the women’s singles gold medal match at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Both shed sweat in the semi-finals
Seventh seed Italy’s Matteo Berrettini defeated Poland’s Hubert Hurkach to make it to the file. With this, he has made it to the final of a Grand Slam for the first time in his career. Berrettini defeated Hurkach 6-3, 6-0, 6-7(3), 6-4 in the semi-finals that lasted two hours and 37 minutes to enter the title match. Berrettini also became the first Italian player to reach the final of Wimbledon. This is Berrettini’s 11th victory on the grass court.
In the second semi-final, Djokovic displayed a brilliant game to beat Canada’s Denis Shapovalov 7-6 7-5 7-5 in straight sets. Djokovic has made it to the Wimbledon final for the 7th time. Djokovic, 34, has achieved his 101st victory on the grass court and is now just one step away from winning a record 20 Grand Slams. This win has brought him closer to the Golden Slam.
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