After 4 hrs and 57 mins of an intense Wimbledon final, Serbia's Novak Djokovic rose to the occasion when it mattered the most to beat Swiss maestro Roger Federer 7-6, 1-6, 7-6, 4-6, 13-12.
The longest-ever Wimbledon final went down to the wire as the top-seeded Djokovic went on to win his 16th Grand slam and a 5th Wimbledon title at the All England Club.
Rafael Nadal with 18 and Roger Federer with 20 are the only two who sit ahead of the Serbian in the all-time Grand Slam winners list.
Two weeks of intense Tennis saw record-breaking matches, plenty of rivalries were brought to life and there were some emotional moments. Here are the five most talking points of SW19.
The comeback of ‘Sir Andy Murray’
It was an emotional Andy Murray post the 2019 Australian Open where he lost in the opening round to Roberto Bautista Agut. The Brit went under the knife and was out of tour for over five months.
The Men's Doubles title at the Queen's Club Championship was a great sign for Andy Murray on his road to recovery. The three-time Grand Slam Champion Andy Murray played Gentlemen's Doubles with Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Mixed Doubles with Serena Williams.
The BIG 3 once again
Despite a tough draw, the Spaniard Rafael Nadal made it look easy on his way to the semi-final. It was once again the big three of Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Nadal in the semis as there were plenty of upsets to other top seeded players during the initial rounds.
Farewell Marcos Baghdatis
One of the most loved Tennis personalities on tour, Marcos Baghdatis bid adieu to the sport after his second round exit at Wimbledon.
The former world number 8 brought the entire stand to their feet to celebrate his retirement with plenty of giveaways in racquets, jerseys, shoes etc.
First for the Colombians
Colombia's Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah beat the French pair of Nicolas Mahut and Edouard Roger-Vasselin in a 4 hour 56-minute thriller, 6-7, 7-6, 7-6, 6-7, 6-3.
The pair became the first Colombians to lift the Gentlemen's Doubles trophy at Wimbledon.
Two in Two for Ivan Dodig and Latisha Chan
This year's Mixed Doubles Champions at Roland Garros, Ivan Dodig and Latisha Chan continued their success at Wimbledon. The pair beat Jelena Ostapenko and Robert Lindstedt 6-2,6-3 in the Mixed Doubles final of Wimbledon.