After both winning their semifinals matches in straight sets, No. 1 Novak Djokovic will take on No. 2 Roger Federer for the Wimbledon title for the second straight year. Djokovic enters the match as the defending Wimbledon champion, while Federer has won seven titles there previously. The two have been great rivals for several years now, having faced one another 39 times prior.
And in those previous head-to-head matchups, Roger Federer holds the lead by one win, with a record of 20-19. Djokovic has won the previous three matchups, and he looks to tie up the all-time series with his third Wimbledon victory. However, a win for Federer would give him the most men’s singles Wimbledon titles.
Here's something to expect this Sunday: