Djokovic vs Kyrgios Tips, Prediction & Live Stream

Andrew Hendrie:

Nick Kyrgios plays the biggest match of his career when he targets a maiden Grand Slam title at Wimbledon against three-time defending champion Novak Djokovic.

Novak Djokovic vs Nick Kyrgios Wimbledon final tips, predictions & preview – Kyrgios has won all four sets he’s played against Djokovic, never once losing his serve…

Djokovic vs Kyrgios Match Details

🎾 Competition: Wimbledon Final
📆 Date: Sunday July 10
 Time: 11.00pm AEST
🏟 Stadium: Centre Court

Djokovic vs Kyrgios Head to Head

Kyrgios leads 2-0

  • 2017 | Indian Wells R16 | Kyrgios 6-4 7-6
  • 2017 | Acapulco QF | Kyrgios 7-6 7-5

Djokovic vs Kyrgios: Road to Wimbledon Final


  • R1: def. Kwon 6-3 3-6 6-3 6-4
  • R2: def. Kokkinakis 6-1 6-4 6-2
  • R3: def. Kecmanovic 6-0 6-3 6-4
  • R4: def. Van Rijthoven 6-2 4-6 6-1 6-2
  • QF: def. Sinner 5-7 2-6 6-3 6-2 6-2
  • SF: def. Norrie 2-6 6-3 6-2 6-4


  • R1: def. Jubb 3-6 6-1 7-5 6-7 7-5
  • R2: def. Krajinovic 6-2 6-3 6-1
  • R3: def. Tsitsipas 6-7 6-4 6-3 7-6
  • R4: def. Nakashima 4-6 6-4 7-6 3-6 6-2
  • QF: def. Garin 6-4 6-3 7-6
  • SF: Walkover vs Nadal

Djokovic vs Kyrgios Stats

  • Djokovic is playing his 32nd Grand Slam final
  • Djokovic is 6-1 in Wimbledon finals
  • Djokovic last lost on Wimbledon Centre Court in 2013
  • Djokovic has dropped at least one set in four of his six matches this Wimbledon
  • Djokovic has won his last 27 straight matches at Wimbledon
  • Kyrgios is playing his first Grand Slam final
  • Kyrgios has seen at least one tiebreak in four of his five matches this Wimbledon
  • Kyrgios has won 13 of his last 15 matches on grass
  • Kyrgios is 2-0 lifetime vs Djokovic
  • Kyrgios is 4-0 lifetime in sets vs Djokovic
  • Djokovic has never broken the Kyrgios serve
  • Djokovic has only created one break point on the Kyrgios serve in four sets

Djokovic vs Kyrgios Tips, Prediction & Preview

What an opportunity for Nick Kyrgios as the World No. 40 looks to become the first Australian man to win a Grand Slam singles title since Lleyton Hewitt at Wimbledon 20 years ago.

Of course Djokovic is the favourite and how could he not be – the Serbian has won 20 major singles titles, is 6-1 in Wimbledon finals and hasn’t lost on Centre Court since 2013, winning his last 27 consecutive matches at the event for three consecutive titles. That’s undisputed dominance if I’ve ever seen it.

However, backing Kyrgios on Sunday is definitely worth the punt.

Djokovic hasn’t been at his best all year long and certainly not at Wimbledon over the last fortnight, where he has dropped at least one set in four of his six matches, including against Soonwoo Kwon, Tim Van Rijthoven, Jannik Sinner and Cameron Norrie.

Djokovic’s season didn’t really start until April. He lost the Belgrade final in front of his home fans to Andrey Rublev and choked big-time in the French Open quarter-finals against Rafael Nadal.

There’s been plenty of moments in 2022 where Djokovic has clearly played with nerves – probably due to the fact he knows his decision to remain unvaccinated has seen Nadal go two majors ahead of him in the all-time race and the very real chance that he will remain barred from the United States and therefore not have the chance to compete at the US Open later this year.

Kyrgios also holds the H2H advantage and it’s fairly dominant at that – the Aussie is 2-0 in matches, 4-0 in sets and has never dropped serve against Djokovic, only giving up one break point in those four sets.

On grass, Kyrgios’ serve will be an even bigger weapon. He blasted 39 aces in those four sets on hardcourt and will be out for similar numbers on the lawns.

The $4.25 on offer for a Kyrgios victory is too good to ignore, and if you put merit on the fact Kyrgios has never lost a set or serve against Djokovic, you can get $16 for the Aussie to win the final in straight sets.