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in Wimbledon's longest final ever world number one Novak Djokovic defeated long time rival Roger Federer in a gripping and historic grand slam championship match closing in on five hours Wimbledon's new rule of a fifth set tiebreak kicked in after the pair reached twelve games apiece for the first time ever in the tournament's final the thirty two year old Serb pulled ahead six three in the tiebreaker after the final point had to be replayed following a challenge thirty seven year old Federer shank beforehand sending it high and out of bounds and leading joke of it with his third straight victory over him and a fifth straight Wimbledon title after his traditional Wimbledon victory celebration of eating grass the Duchess of Cambridge presented joke of its with the challenge Cup as the crowd exploded in applause