google-site-verification=0bx1QYafX4YUxAV2RLbOiDD2WzOMRAju_YMPZqdCR1E Carlos Alcaraz beats Novak Djokovic to win Wimbledon, his second major trophy

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Carlos Alcaraz beats Novak Djokovic to win Wimbledon, his second major trophy

 Wimbledon, England - Carlos Alcaraz says he wants to fight Novak Djokovic again. She said winning Wimbledon would be even more special. Well, Alcaraz got his chance to fight Djokovic. and hit him.

Alcaraz got off to a poor start but ended up with a dizzying run to extend Djokovic's winning streak against the All England Club to 1-6, 7-6(6), 6-1, 3-6, 6-1, 3-6. 6-4 and stopped at 34. - And in his fourth final on Sunday afternoon, he won his first Grand Slam at Wimbledon.

No. 1-seeded Alcaraz stripped Djokovic of his record-breaking record of eight consecutive grass-court titles and five years in a row. Djokovic was also denied his 24th major appearance.

The 36-year-old Serbian Djokovic, who became the oldest Wimbledon Open era champion, was replaced by the 20-year-old Spaniard Alcaraz, who was the third-youngest. It was the biggest age gap between the two men in the men's helmet final since 1974.

Alcaraz had the same guy by his side when they met at the French Open last month. This set was atypical for two sets until Alcaraz shrunk and disappeared. This time he had enough stamina and punches to pass Djokovic.

Alcaraz is faster and can put out more power - he throws at 130 mph and his forehand hits 160 mph - but Djokovic has more talent and more muscle memory. He was there and made it happen in a way Alcaraz could only dream of.

But if this victory came on a windy, overcast day on Center Court, where Djokovic last lost in the 2013 final, it would be a sign that Alcaraz is on track for his feat.

But all of this is relatively new to him. Djokovic's record-breaking Grand Slam his 35th was his second for Alcaraz.

But it was Alcaraz who won the 25-minute mini epic with 32 points on the way to winning the third set. And it was Alcaraz who took the lead in Good's favor, taking a 2-1 lead in Game 5 with a winning pass from the left. Djokovic fell on a points play but quickly got back on his feet and slammed the goal post with his racket to dampen his shot. He destroyed the equipment and was found guilty of breaking the law by Chief Fergus Murphy.

They lasted another 24 minutes, more than four and a half hours in total, but Alcaraz never backed down and never gave up. And it was Alcaraz, not Djokovic, who picked up the trophy that night.