Novak Djokovic vs. Roger Federer 7-6 (7-1), 6-7 (10-12), 6-4, 6-3. "It's a dream come true again. Even though I've won it for a third time, every time it feels like (the) first", the words of Novak Djokovic after he wore down Roger Federer to become the Gentlemen's Singles Champion at The Championships 2015. The two top seeds, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer were the last men standing in the quest for the 2015 title. The Swiss was in search of a record eighth title, while Djokovic sought to retain his Wimbledon crown. The intensity of play was mesmerising as the pair matched each other shot for shot and point for point. Coaches and former foes Stefan Edberg and Boris Becker took it in turns to rise from their seats to chivvy first Federer and then Djokovic on, but it was the Serb's serve which was holding up well continually putting him ahead and Federer on the back foot. While Federer had won the first set and Djokovic the second in their epic in 2014, their roles reversed a year later, Djokovic taking the early advantage and Federer fighting back. But the effort was almost too much for the Swiss as the world No.1 pulled away in the third and then the fourth. As Federer served to stay in the title hunt, Djokovic produced a flamboyant cross court forehand winner to claim his third Wimbledon title. It may not have gone the full five-set distance, but this men's final remained a fitting conclusion to a tournament full of shocks, surprises, and extraordinary champions.