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Novak Djokovic vs. Nick Kyrgios prediction, betting odds, form, how to watch, preview for Wimbledon final

Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios will meet in a blockbuster Wimbledon final at the All England Club.

No.1 seed Djokovic will go into the match as favourite against the 40th-ranked Kyrgios- but there is no doubt the Australian is playing the best tennis of his career.

There will be fireworks on Wimbledon’s showpiece court as Djokovic aims to go one behind Rafael Nadal in career Grand Slams, while Kyrgios will look to shock the world with his first major title.

The Sporting News has all the details on what promises to be an epic decider.

MORE: Wimbledon 2022 final live: Nick Kyrgios vs. Novak Djokovic score updates and highlights from Centre Court
What time does Djokovic vs. Kyrgios start?

The Wimbledon final between Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios will take place at 2:00 pm BST / 11:00 pm AEST on Sunday, July 10, with the action unfolding on Centre Court.
How to watch Djokovic vs. Kyrgios

Australia TV channel: 9Gem
Australia Live stream: Stan Sport

You can subscribe or view Stan Sport’s packages here.

UK TV channel: BBC One, BBC Two
UK Live stream: BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport

You can view BBC online here.

Novak Djokovic’s recent form

The world No.3 has played some imperious tennis during his two weeks at Wimbledon, but has also had several flat patches throughout the tournament.

He has dropped at least a set in four of his six matches so far, including in the semi final against Cameron Norrie.

It took a poor game from the Brit in the second set to give Djokovic the advantage with momentum then turning for the rest of the match at this point.

Djokovic dominated the contest from this point onwards, much like when he turned the tables at two-sets-to-love down against Jannik Sinner in the quarter final.

It appears like Djokovic is able to ride out his flat patches before striking back when his opponents are under pressure.

He won’t want to drop too many sets to Kyrgios though with the Australian possessing a weapon of a serve that has been hard for opponents to break.

Novak Djokovic vs. Nick Kyrgios prediction, betting odds, form, how to watch, preview for Wimbledon final

Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios will meet in a blockbuster Wimbledon final at the All England Club.

No.1 seed Djokovic will go into the match as favourite against the 40th-ranked Kyrgios- but there is no doubt the Australian is playing the best tennis of his career.

There will be fireworks on Wimbledon’s showpiece court as Djokovic aims to go one behind Rafael Nadal in career Grand Slams, while Kyrgios will look to shock the world with his first major title.

The Sporting News has all the details on what promises to be an epic decider.

MORE: Wimbledon 2022 final live: Nick Kyrgios vs. Novak Djokovic score updates and highlights from Centre Court
What time does Djokovic vs. Kyrgios start?

The Wimbledon final between Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios will take place at 2:00 pm BST / 11:00 pm AEST on Sunday, July 10, with the action unfolding on Centre Court.
How to watch Djokovic vs. Kyrgios

Australia TV channel: 9Gem
Australia Live stream: Stan Sport

You can subscribe or view Stan Sport’s packages here.

UK TV channel: BBC One, BBC Two
UK Live stream: BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport

You can view BBC online here.

Novak Djokovic’s recent form

The world No.3 has played some imperious tennis during his two weeks at Wimbledon, but has also had several flat patches throughout the tournament.

He has dropped at least a set in four of his six matches so far, including in the semi final against Cameron Norrie.

It took a poor game from the Brit in the second set to give Djokovic the advantage with momentum then turning for the rest of the match at this point.

Djokovic dominated the contest from this point onwards, much like when he turned the tables at two-sets-to-love down against Jannik Sinner in the quarter final.

It appears like Djokovic is able to ride out his flat patches before striking back when his opponents are under pressure.

He won’t want to drop too many sets to Kyrgios though with the Australian possessing a weapon of a serve that has been hard for opponents to break.

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