Marin Cilic vs. Roger Federer: Live Updates, Score, Highlights for 2017 Wimbledon Men's Final
Roger Federer has made history with his eighth Wimbledon win, beating Marin Cilic 6-3, 6-1, 6-4 on Sunday at the All England Club. Federer, 35, became the first man since Bjorn Borg in 1976 to win a Wimbledon title without dropping a set, and now holds a record-setting 19 Grand Slam titles. After skipping the French Open to better prepare for his signature event, Federer was in control for the entire match, to the point where Cilic broke down during a changeover early in the second set.
- July 16, 2017
Roger Federer has won his record-setting eighth Wimbledon title.
He beat Marin Cilic in straight sets: 6-3, 6-1, 6-4.
- via Bleacher Report
Federer Cruises to Record Win at Wimbledon
Now It's Federer's Turn to Get Emotional.
He breaks down as he sits in his chair, thinking about his amazing accomplishment.
Federer makes history 🏆
Two championship points for Roger Federer!
Solid Hold for Cilic.
It's 5-4. Federer is about to serve for the Championship.
He needs just one more game to earn that record-setting eighth Wimbledon title and his 19th career Grand Slam.
Federer Is Getting Ready to Serve at 4-3.
After an unsuccessful challenge on a ball that was ruled to be out, Cilic blasts a shot into the net to set up double break point.
There's another hold for Cilic, who's putting together some quick points of his own.
We're on serve in the third, at 3-2.
In tennis, there's nowhere to hide—except under your towel.
Cilic hangs on to hold at 2-1.
That's the longest game we've seen since the first set.
Second set: complete.
Federer holds at love, finishing off with an ace to take the set by a score of 6-1.
It's Looking Good.
On his second attempt, Federer breaks Cilic to go up 5-1.
He's now serving to take a two-set lead in the Wimbledon Men's Final.
Cilic continues to take deep breaths and rub at his eyes as he tries to regain control of his game.
Another clinical hold for Federer.
Cilic has now recorded 15 unforced errors, compared to just six by his opponent.
After his meltdown, Cilic holds to win his first game of the second set.
Cilic has buried his head under the his towel.
He didn't receive any treatment. Looks like he's just trying to steel himself to get back into the match.
The crowd tried to urge him on—and he opens his service game with an ace!
Roger Federer Wins the First Set!
Cilic saves one break point but can't hang on to hold.
Very impressive opening set from the 35-year-old Swiss.
Beautiful backhand across the court sets up another break point for Federer.
Cilic looks a little rattled as he tries to right the ship.
The game gets to deuce before he holds to get the score to 4-3.
Cilic saves the first two break points but can't erase the threat.
To the delight of the crowd, Federer is now serving at 3-2.
Cilic slides to land on his backside, and Federer eases a backhand over the net to get to 0-30.
Now it's 0-40. Triple break point!
We're still on serve at 2-2 in the first set.
Cilic's first serve is looking a little shaky in the early going.
He has gotten only six of 13 first serve attempts into play in his first two games, but has been able to hold.
The first game is closely contested. Cilic is able to hold for 1-0.
Marin Cilic serves to get us started.