Wimbledon 2022: Nick Kyrgios questions Prince William, Kate Middleton questions Novak Djokovic

Nick Kyrgios was the topic of discussion when Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic met with the royals after his victory.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were captured demanding Novak Djokovic to answer a question from Nick Kyrgios after the Serb’s sensational victory at Wimbledon.

In a brief meeting with Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince George after defeating the Australian in the final on Monday morning, Djokovic was asked how he managed to pull back Kyrgios’ incredible serve, considered one of the deadliest weapons on the tour.

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After handing over the Wimbledon Cup to George, Prince William asked Djokovic: “How was it? Hard work? “

In response, the Serb said that the heat made it difficult, especially when combined with Kyrgios’ “big serve”.

“I mean, how do you hit that serve?” Prince William asked.

Djokovic was heard explaining how he was forced to look for different approaches to the lightning-fast serve that had allowed Kyrgios to outlast opponents on his favorite grass courts for the past two weeks.

Kate then took note of the “delivery rate” Djokovic received before turning to George for his opinion.

Djokovic asked the eight-year-old boy what was the fastest pitch he received, however, the young royal didn’t seem to be too sure.

“What’s your favorite shot?” Djokovic then asked George.

After getting some help from his mom in what’s in the world no. 3 means that George showed that his favorite shot was the right hand.

Kate said she hoped Djokovic would have a “holiday” before leaving England.

The star player then said that he hoped one day he would have the chance to play George.

Before leaving, Kate congratulated him on his anniversary. It was the eighth wedding anniversary of Djokovic and his wife Jelena on the day of the Wimbledon final.

Djokovic won his seventh Wimbledon title and 21st Grand Slam title with a four-set victory over Kyrgios, whose challenge fell apart in desperation after a blistering start.

Top-seeded Djokovic won 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (7/3) to equal Pete Sampras’ mark of seven All England titles and move into one of eight men’s records. Roger Federer.

“I have no words for what this tournament and this trophy means to me,” Djokovic said. “It has always been and will always be the most special thing in my heart.”

Djokovic is only the fourth man in the Open Era to win four consecutive Wimbledon titles after Bjorn Borg, Sampras and Federer.

“First of all, congratulations to Novak and your team. You have won these championships so many times I don’t even know anymore,” Kyrgios said.

“I am very pleased with this result and maybe one day I will be here again, but I don’t know about it.”

Originally published as Royals Investigate Novak Djokovic’s Submission Over Nick Kyrgios’ Submission After Winning Wimbledon