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Summary

  1. Djokovic wins third Wimbledon title
  2. Djokovic wins 7-6 (7-1) 6-7 (10-12) 6-4 6-3
  3. Ninth Grand Slam title for the Serb
  4. GB's Jordanne Whiley wins wheelchair doubles
  5. Hingis and Paes win mixed doubles

Live Reporting

By Aimee Lewis and Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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'Federer should play on'

Andy Roddick

Former world number one on BBC TV

"Remember US Open 2013, Roger was seeded seven goes out to Robredo. Roger looked bad and a lot of people were writing him off. He should just play as long as he feels happy to."

Novak too strong - Edberg

Roger Federer's coach Stefan Edberg on BBC Sport: "It was a great match out there. Roger made a great comeback, I don't know how he got out of it. In the end Novak was just a little too strong.

"He kept serving well, made a lot of returns. Roger would have needed to serve a little better."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Andy Roddick

Former world number one on BBC TV

"These great champions always leave you wanting more. Novak was visibly frustrated after the second set. For all the money in the world you couldn't have told me he was going to take the next two sets like that."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Andy Roddick

Former world number one on BBC TV

"What impressed me was Federer had a fair amount of break points but it was like Novak made a first serve every time. Roger is unbelievable but turning 34.

"Nadal has shown his mortality. Novak is the best player in the world and not a close second. Novak is best player in the world and I don't see that changing."

The moment Djokovic won Wimbledon

Want to hear the guttural roars of a champion, to watch the driving forehand which won Djokovic a hat-trick of Wimbledon titles? Funnily enough, the

moment Djokovic won Wimbledon is ready to watch on this website.

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Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Andy Roddick

Former world number one on BBC TV

"You want to play as well as you can every match. Form in the first week is overrated, then it's based on match-ups. The reasons Federer's numbers were down today was Novak Djokovic cause and effect... He causes you to play above yourself and that had an effect on Roger."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Tim Henman

Former British number one on BBC TV

"When you reflect on Federer's match against Murray he was always ahead in the count. He had opportunities to break Djokovic and if he had taken them perhaps it would have been a different story."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

Djokovic on the balcony
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It is a match worth watching again - that mammoth tie-break, those saved set points... Unforgettable. You'll be glad to know

highlights of Djokovic's four-set victory over Federer are available on this very website.

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Tim Henman

Former British number one on BBC TV

"Novak's performances in the big events have been exceptional. It was a huge loss to him to not win the French Open, it is the one that has got away from him but it is nice to see him here winning a Grand Slam."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Tim Henman

Former British number one on BBC TV

"I think now with the way players move Novak Djokovic is capable of playing brilliant tennis on any surface. This is his third Wimbledon title and you would not bet against him adding further titles here."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

The calming sound of Bill Withers' 'Lovely Day' ends coverage on BBC One, but there's an opportunity to watch the mixed doubles final on this page or via the BBC Sport app. I know, just when you thought the day could not get any better.

If you've had enough of tennis you could stick with BBC One and watch David Attenborough interview Barrack Obama. No, we're not drunk on a mix of tennis and a sickening amount of chocolate biscuit - that interview did happen.

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Tim Henman

Former British number one on BBC TV

Federer
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"Roger Federer has always had an incredible perspective on his game and his career. Because of his performance in the semi-final when he played, for me, as good as tennis as he has ever played, his expectation would have been to lift an 18th Grand Slam title. It did not work out for him but his focus will now be on the US Open."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Andy Roddick

Former world number one on BBC TV

"I don't know anyone's game matches up with Novak. I feel as badly for Roger as I can for someone who has won 17 Grand Slams."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

A warm embrace between husband and wife is captured by the television cameras as Djokovic meets Jelena at the end of the long corridor. Roger Federer walks by, the Swiss a bit of a gooseberry, as we all are. No words are exchanged between champion and loser.

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Tim Henman

Former British number one on BBC TV

"We focus a lot of attention on Andy Murray and the good place in his life right now and Djokovic is the same. His family will be delighted for him."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Andy Roddick

Former world number one on BBC TV

"The neighbourhood makes up that special atmosphere. It is all part of the ambience of Wimbledon. Novak has become very comfortable here."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Djokovic
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Novak Djokovic adding his signature to pieces of paper being waved in his face. The champion walking down a long corridor, applause of staff members accompanying him.

Djokovic is the first man to retain the Wimbledon title since Roger Federer did so in 2007.

That eight-year wait for a successful defence in the longest period at any of the Grand Slams.

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Andy Roddick

Former world number one on BBC Radio 5 live

"We have not seen this playful side of Novak Djokovic throughout the entire tournament. French Open is in the back of his mind now.

"Novak showed how much he appreciated the crowd when he lost at the French Open and these are the moments when you see the respect Novak deserves. It is nice to see him relaxed and open up."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Novak Djokovic
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Novak Djokovic, cradling his trophy, meets Benedict Cumberbatch in the club house. "How on earth did you manage to play at such a level?" the actor asks. "It was elementary," says Djokovic, sniggering as he walks to the balcony. (Some of that has been made up, utter fantasy.)

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Tim Henman

Former British number one on BBC TV

"In the Grand Slams you look at them and break them down into two events. Get through the first week, regroup and start on the second week.

"Djokovic did not play particularly well in the first week but the big turning point was against Anderson.

"That was when you felt he had put the hangover of the French Open behind him and was ready to focus on this tournament."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

Djokovic 7-6 (7-1) 6-7 (10-12) 6-4 6-3 Federer

Andy Roddick

Former world number one on BBC TV

"Today's match was the best Djokovic has played in this event. The first week was an unforgettable one for him. Rewind to the Kevin Anderson match, he was two sets down and the ability to get out of that made this possible."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Novak Djokovic's wife Jelena Ristic speaks with coach Boris Becker
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In the time it takes to roll the green ceremonial carpet, Wimbledon 2015 comes to an end. Novak Djokovic's wife Jelena Ristic and coach Boris Becker share the moment before disappearing to celebrate with a tipple. Or two.

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Andy Roddick

Former world number one on BBC TV

"The first serve was going to be vital. You have to look at the numbers and how good he has been. Federer's percentage has been at 67% and he'd won 82% of those points. Today Djokovic was able to restrict him to 74%. On the second serve Djokovic was able to win half the points. That's a huge difference."

Player reaction - Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Djokovic
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Novak Djokovic talking to Sue Barker on BBC One: "I knew coming on the court Roger is going to play like he always play, at his best when it matters the most. He makes you work hard every single point.

"You work hard all your life, every day. You envisage yourself being on the Centre Court, holding this trophy. It's a very thrilling feeling."

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Richard Bellars: @rogerfederer is a class act on and off the court. I hope he stays motivated for as long as possible

Alexander J Green: Federer looks properly gutted this year - maybe he knows this was his last chance for number 18.

Natalie Louise: What a final! Although I wanted Murray to win, Djokovic played brill there's no denying it- well earnt win

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

Novak Djokovic
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Djokovic, who had time to put on his tracksuit bottoms while the roof rolled over Centre, walks around the arena with his golden prize, posing for photographs, flashbulbs popping like fireflies in the half-light.

Winner's reaction

Novak Djokovic to BBC Sport after being asked about coach Boris Becker not having the bragging rights any more:

"No he doesn't. We will have a glass of beer or a glass of wine. It has been a long run, ever since we started working together it took some time to understand each other. He is German, I am Serbian, a significant difference. We managed to find the right chemistry. This is his trophy as much as mine."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Novak Djokovic
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Novak Djokovic ate blades of Centre Court grass after beating Roger Federer last year and chewed the cud again this year. Sue Barker asks: "What's that all about?"

"It tasted very very good this year," jokes Djokovic. "I don't know what the grounds people have done but they've done a good job. It's a little tradition."

Player reaction

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Three-time champion Novak Djokovic talking to Sue Barker: "First of all, I have to say it's a big challenge playing against Roger. A lot of players of my generation have looked up to him and followed his lead."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

"How good were you today?" Sue Barker asks Djokovic. Steady, Sue. "He makes you push your limits, work hard and win every single point," says the champion. Boris Becker is laughing and clapping in the players' box, with Djokovic admitting his coach no longer has the "bragging rights".

Player reaction

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Djokovic
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Roger Federer talking to BBC Sport: "Well done Novak. That is sport, we don't know the outcome. I had my chances in the first set. I got lucky to win the second, had chances in the third.

"But he was better on the bigger points. He was rock solid, I didn't play badly myself. That's how it goes.

"I work very hard, so do the other guys, I have a great team behind me. Without them it would not be possible. I am still very hungry and motivated. A privilege to play here, again. I would have loved to win but Novak was very good."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

Roger Federer
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"I didn't play bad myself so I can be very happy, that's how it goes," says Federer, magnanimous in defeat. Defeat has not clouded the Centre Court's love for the 17-time Grand Slam champion. They whistle, they cheer and click, click, click.

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

The Trophy
Wimbledon

Novak Djokovic collects his prize, and there's a £1.8m cheque as an added bounty. A great reward for one of the greats.

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

Flashbulbs pop as Sue Barker introduces the runner-up, Roger Federer. A 10th Wimbledon final, a third loss at the final hurdle. Mrs Mirka Federer capturing the moment on her smart phone.

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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Andy Roddick

Former world number one on BBC TV

"Honesty was Novak Djokovic's best friend. Being able to look inward after losing the French Open and acknowledge the situation and then come here and he played his best match of the tournament he played was today.

"Roger Federer is the man. On this day, Novak was the man. It is a pleasure to watch these two greats go toe-to-toe."

Djokovic wins Wimbledon

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The trophy
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A Union flag doubles up as a table cloth, though there's no glittering prize on top of said table. Hang on just one minute, here comes Pineapple top - and a few paces behind are Djokovic and Federer.