The Wimbledon 2014 major tennis tournament men's finals with Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic is live on ESPN from the All England Club on Sunday and the match will be online from WatchESPN and ESPN3 at 9 am for the championship as names like Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray have been defeated and now Federer will be going for his eighth career title here and Dojo is looking to add another himself after all the upsets and other matches on the bracket brought these two to Centre Court.
Nadal and Murray were upset earlier in the tournament and Djokovic advanced over Grigor Dimitrov, who will rush into the arms of Maria Sharapova after this, while Federer moved along over Milos Raonic in his matchup. Federer is 32 years old and he hasn't been to a major since he win in England two years ago and he is looking to add his 18th major title with Nadal and Murray out of the mix. Murray won last year to snap a 77 year streak of a Brit man winning the tournament and now he is out and he has been disappointing in majors since winning.
Federer made easy work of Raonic winning 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 and he said earlier in the tournament that he would be a contender and now half of the Big 4 is through and this will be a major matchup for both Djokovic and Federer. Fed has not won a major in quite some time and this is actually his first major final since making it back and winning this tournament in 2012 and he is looking to add another one. Federer would be the oldest champ at the tournament in the Open era and now he is the elder statesman on the tour when it comes to the Big 4 and his major rival Nadal is out after losing early.
Djokovic has been playing well, but his head has gotten in the way at times and he will have to keep his composure against Federer on Sunday. Djokovic has been looking to add another major championship for some time and he has been missing out in England since winning in 2011 and he lost last year to Murray. Petra Kvitova won over Eugenie Bouchard for the ladies title and she made easy work of the Canadian and now the men's side will take over and this was one of the expected matchups in the final. Federer and Pete Sampras have each won seven championships at Wimbledon and Federer is looking to set a record with his eighth and that comes after Rafael Nadal set another mark at Roland Garros.
Federer totally dominated Raonic and now he faces off against Djokovic and he leads the all-time matchups between the two 18-16 and he is looking for a big win here. The two faced off in the US Open and he also has a 6-5 lead in the grand slam matchups and he hopes to keep that advantage and this comes after Federer won last time the two played in the finals for his last win in 2012 at the All England Club. The coverage is on ESPN starting up at 9 am ET after the pregame show and is the final matchup for the tournament.