Novak Djokovic beats Cameron Norrie to reach Wimbledon final

Friday at Wimbledon, Novak Djokovic pulled off his second consecutive comeback triumph, this time with a much smaller deficit and less dramatic circumstances.

the highest seed Djokovic extended his winning record at the All England Club to 27 matches by defeating No. 9 seed Cam Norrie of Britain in the semifinals as he sought to win a fourth consecutive title there.

Djokovic started slowly and frequently shown displeasure, shaking his head or making gestures at his guest box on the hottest afternoon of the past two weeks with the temperature hitting 85 degrees.

Djokovic, 35, of Serbia will be playing in his 32nd Grand Slam final, breaking his tie with Roger Federer for the male record

He will have the opportunity to win his eighth Wimbledon championship and 20th major championship.

For locals hoping to see one of their own reach a men's final, something only two-time Wimbledon champion Djokovic could achieve, Djokovic vs. Norrie got off to a good start.

The championship was it won? Of course not, never. a place in the championship secured? Not even that.

Overall, it was a big celebration after just one of what would eventually be 35 games, five of 202 points, and four of 154 minutes.