Wimbledon Men's final 2015, Roger Federer vs. Novak Djokovic live stream: time, TV channel, where to watch live online - Swiss tennis star Roger Federer faces world number one Novak Djokovic in the 2015 Wimbledon Men's final on Sunday for the second consecutive year.
Here are some stats about the two:
This is their 40th head-to-head meeting; Federer leads 20-19.
It's the 10th since the start of last season; Djokovic leads 5-4.
It's the 13th at a Grand Slam tournament; they're tied 6-all.
It's the third in a major final; they're tied 1-all.
It's the third on grass; they're tied 1-all.
In the 2014 Wimbledon Final, Djokovic won in five sets.
"He's become very match tough. He always shows up. It's tough to beat him. You know, he's been very injury-free. He's been good for the game," Federer said. "For me, I don't really think about the match we played against each other last year. ... I'm just happy, personally for myself, to be back in the finals. Whoever that's going to be against, it's always a big occasion. That it's Novak, the world No. 1, it obviously adds something extra."
In the Open era of professional tennis, only one tour-level matchup has occurred more often: Djokovic and Rafael Nadal have played 42 times.
"We all know how good he is," Djokovic said. "He's the greatest ever."
ESPN will televise the match at 9 a.m. Eastern on Sunday with live streaming available on Watch ESPN. The official Wimbledon website will have live match scores and updates.
"This is where (Federer) loves to play. This is where he plays his best tennis, I think: the Centre Court of Wimbledon; seven titles. It's his court. He loves it. He usually rises up to the occasion. He's always playing his toughest when it matters the most," Djokovic said. "That's why he's a big champion."
Wimbledon Men's Final 2015, Roger Federer vs. Novak Djokovic:
When: Sunday, July 11
TV Channel: ESPN, BBC1
Live Online: Catch live stream on ESPN