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Summary

  1. Day 13 - Men's final and mixed doubles final
  2. Novak Djokovic beats Kevin Anderson 6-2 6-2 7-6 (7-3)
  3. Serb, 31, wins fourth Wimbledon and 13th Grand Slam title
  4. His first major since 2016 French Open
  5. GB's Jamie Murray & Victoria Azarenka lose mixed doubles final 6-7 (1-7) 3-6
  6. GB's Jack Draper loses boys' singles final 6-1 6-7 6-4
  7. GB's Lucy Shuker loses wheelchair doubles final

Live Reporting

By Alex Bysouth and Saj Chowdhury

All times stated are UK

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  1. Until next time...

    Well, what a fortnight...

    It's not quite over yet, as you can watch Britain's Jamie Murray join Victoria Azarenka as they attempt to win the mixed doubles title on BBC Two or via clicking the link at the top of this page.

    It is Barry Davies' last Wimbledon commentary after a career spanning more than 50 years.

    But that's it from us, on a day that Novak Djokovic won a fourth Wimbledon title. We'll leave you with these...

    And as a final treat, here's the moment Djokovic marked his comeback with a crown. Until next time...

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    Video caption: Wimbledon 2018: Djokovic races to fourth Wimbledon title
  2. Last word from Novak...

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    Video caption: Novak Djokovic makes emotional speech after his fourth Wimbledon win
  3. Who will top the Grand Slam pile?

    Djokovic wins fourth Wimbledon title

    Tim Henman

    Former British number one on BBC TV

    If it had been Rafa winning this tournament, it takes him to 18 - I don't see anyone winning the French next year other than Rafa - so it's amazing to think that Roger on 20 is still in danger of being overtaken, this brings Novak back into the equation.

    Roger is sitting pretty, but Rafa has a chance of overtaking him.

    Djoko
  4. Recent men's champions at Wimbledon

    2018: Novak Djokovic (Ser)

    2017: Roger Federer (Swi)

    2016: Andy Murray (GB)

    2015: Novak Djokovic (Ser)

    2014: Novak Djokovic (Ser)

    2013: Andy Murray (GB)

    2012: Roger Federer (Swi)

    2011: Novak Djokovic (Ser)

    2010: Rafael Nadal (Spa)

    2009: Roger Federer (Swi)

  5. 'Djokovic wants the same love Federer and Nadal get'

    Djokovic wins fourth Wimbledon title

    Boris Becker

    Three-time Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

    We love Roger, we love Rafa, we respect Djokovic. He wants to be at the same level as them but you can’t buy that. Federer and Nadal are some of the most popular and beloved sportsmen in the world.

  6. And this is how he did it...

    Djokovic wins fourth Wimbledon title

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    Video caption: Wimbledon 2018: Djokovic races to fourth Wimbledon title
  7. Family time

    Djokovic wins fourth Wimbledon title

    Stefan

    Trophy collected, name etched on the winners' board, royals done - Novak Djokovic signs a few autographs on his way down to greet his family, and guess who's there to meet him first!

    It's little Stefan! He looks shattered to be fair, highly emotional stuff seeing your old man win a fourth Wimbledon title - he looks more tired than Kevin Anderson after a six-and-a-half-hour epic.

  8. 'Djokovic chasing Nadal and Federer'

    Djokovic wins fourth Wimbledon title

    Boris Becker

    Three-time Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

    Djokovic is super fit, very dedicated. He studies the history books, he know Nadal and Federer have more Grand Slams though he won’t talk about it. He can play for two or three years more years and win a few more majors.

  9. What a moment!

    Djokovic wins fourth Wimbledon title

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    Now Novak Djokovic has done this as many times as he's eaten Centre Court grass, but it looks to mean just as much... if not more after a three-year hiatus.

    Out on the balcony, showing off the trophy to thousands of adoring fans. Goosebumps.

  10. 'Novak was aggressive'

    Djokovic 6-2 6-2 7-6 (7-3) Anderson

    Tim Henman

    Former British number one on BBC TV

    When he was able to get into those baseline rallies he was able to be aggressive, get himself to match point and finally finish it off.

  11. 'Djokovic found a way to win'

    Djokovic 6-2 6-2 6-6 (7-3) Anderson

    Boris Becker

    Three-time Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

    Towards the end of the match Novak started to feel the pressure of winning. He’s an emotional guy. We could see the nerves, we were counting the ball bounces.

    He really took his time to focus and found a way to win points.

  12. Post update

    Djokovic wins fourth Wimbledon title

    Royals

    Plenty of people waiting for a slice of the four-time champ, but the royals head the queue...

  13. 'I want to be an inspiration to South Africa'

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    Kevin Anderson

    More from runner-up Kevin Anderson on his support: "There are too many to thank, the whole team of people who flew in to support me and it means the world. Thank you my family, my beautiful wife who is up there, my mum is right next to her, my brother in the stands, he doesn’t like to be in the box.

    "My dad at home who coached me and gave me an opportunity to play. The support through the whole week has been incredible.

    "I want to thank the support from back home. South Africa has a history of tennis, maybe not so recently but it is great to see the flag flying here, 20 years on I hope someone will be holding the Wimbledon trophy and they’ll say I was the inspiration."

  14. Post update

    Djokovic 6-2 6-2 7-6 (7-3) Anderson

    Novak Djokovic is still clutching that trophy tightly!

    Name already etched on the winners' board as he heads down for a photo, there are a few 'N. Djokovic' inscriptions on there already...

  15. Kiss for the trophy

    And here's what it is all about...

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  16. 'Anderson showed guts'

    Djokovic 6-2 6-2 7-6 (7-3) Anderson

    Tim Henman

    Former British number one on BBC TV

    You can analyse the match but when you reflect on Anderson’s last three matches, he had to play the match of his life against Federer from two sets down.

    Then he has to play the new match of his life against Isner. Then to come back on finals day to beat Djokovic is a step too far.

    He showed guts and determination, he hung in there and created opportunities. If he could have got the third set there might have been a second wind.

  17. Some of the highlights

    Djokovic 6-2 6-2 7-6 (7-3) Anderson

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    Video caption: Djokovic takes the first set 6-2 in the Wimbledon final

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    Video caption: Djokovic breaks again in second set

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    Video caption: Djokovic set point against Anderson

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    Video caption: Kevin Anderson hold his serve and reaches three games for the first time

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    Video caption: Djokovic gets a point in the third set, celebrates with a kiss
  18. 'I want to cherish the moment'

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    Barker

    More from the 2018 Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic: "I would like to congratulate Kevin, because he has had such a run. He didn't play his best for two sets, but for the third set he was the better player and I was quite lucky to get through.

    "I had to really trust the process, trust in myself. I owe a great thanks to my team, to everyone who has been supporting me. I had surgery and was absent from the Tour for sixth months, I had many moments of doubt and didn't know whether I could come back to the level to compete - there is no better place in the world to make a comeback.

    "This is a sacred place for tennis, so this is very, very special. The grass tasted really well!

    "I have had the privilege to be part of this final five times and won four titles - I am trying to enjoy the moment, cherish it with everyone close to me and everyone around the world."