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Djokovic dedicates Wimbledon win to future wife

Djokovic holds up the Wimbledon trophy. Credit: Reuters

Novak Djokovic has dedicated his Wimbledon triumph to his "future wife" Jelena Ristic and their unborn baby.

The Serbian said: "I want to dedicate this win to a few people, first of all to my future wife and our future baby. I am going to become a father soon and I am still preparing for that."

Djokovic's fiancee is swimwear model Jelena Ristic. Credit: PA

The childhood sweethearts got engaged in September 2013 and announced they were expecting on Twitter in April this year.

Djokovic fell to his knees when he realised he had won his second Wimbledon title. Credit: PA

Djokovic: 'I don't know how I managed to do it.'

Novak Djokovic kisses the Wimbledon trophy after beating Roger Federer. Credit: PA

Wimbledon Champion Novak Djokovic said 'I don't know how I managed to do it' moments after beating Roger Federer.

The 27-year-old Serb had tears in his eyes as he won the All England Club trophy for the second time, stopping Federer from making history for the most wins in Wimbledon history.

If Federer had won he would have clinched his eighth Wimbledon title- the current record is seven.

Djokovic has now won seven Grand Slam titles. He reached his last three Grand Slam titles but lost so this win is a welcome return to form.

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Celebrity A-list take their seats for Wimbledon final

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined the likes of David and Victoria Beckham and Hollywood stars Samuel L. Jackson and Bradley Cooper on the courtside for the men's final at Wimbledon.

David and Victoria Beckham make their way to the match. Credit: PA

Swiss veteran Roger Federer is taking on Serbian favourite Novak Djokovi for the coveted title.

Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge watch the match. Credit: PA

Other celebrity fans at the match included The Hangover star Bradley Cooper and his model girlfriend Suki Waterhouse, Wolverine star Hugh Jackman and Thor's Chris Hemsworth.

Hugh Jackman told reporters 'This is probably in my top five sporting events in the world.' Credit: PA

Djokovic v Federer: Wimbledon men's final underway

The Wimbledon men's final between veteran Roger Federer and bookies' favourite Novak Djokovic is officially underway.

Roger Federer pictured ahead of the match today. Credit: PA

The match is being watched by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as Kate' sister Pippa and their parents Carole and Michael Middleton.

Petra Kvitova won the Wimbledon women's singles title for a second time yesterday, beating Eugenie Bouchard 6-3 6-0.

Men's Wimbledon final sees Djokovic take on Federer

The Wimbledon men's final takes place today, after Petra Kvitova was crowned queen of SW19.She beat tennis darling Eugenie Bouchard, who was being watched by her royal namesake Princess Eugenie of York.

Men's Wimbledon final sees Djokovic take on Federer Credit: PA

Today's action sees bookmakers' favourite Novak Djokovic try to prevent a resurgent Roger Federer win an unprecedented eighth Wimbledon crown 11 years after his first.

The Centre Court roof could be required as forecasters warn there is a risk of scattered showers.

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Petra Kvitova Queen of Wimbledon with second title

Petra Kvitova was crowned champion of Wimbledon after beating Eugenie Bouchard, in just 55 minutes.

Read: Petra Kvitova wins Wimbledon women's title

Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova. Credit: Press Association

Czech champion Kvitova fell to the ground in jubilation when she realised she was the winner before making her way up to embrace her family and supporters in the players' box.

It is Kvitova's second Wimbledon title, having won the grand slam tournament in 2011.

Speaking afterwards she said it was absolutely amazing to win again, and thanked her family, as her father looked on in tears.

"I just really wanted to be here again with the trophy."

Bouchard takes on Kvitova in Wimbledon final

Canadian Eugenie Bouchard will take a businesslike attitude on to Centre Court as she tackles her first Wimbledon final.

Canada's Eugenie Bouchard. Credit: Dubreuil Corinne/ABACA/Press Association Images

At the age of 20, Bouchard is impressive on the court and granite off it, a study in focus on the mission she set out on at the age of nine, when she decided a career in professional tennis was her destiny.

Standing between the Montreal resident and a maiden grand slam title is Petra Kvitova, the 24-year-old Czech player who triumphed at Wimbledon three years ago.

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