Nick Kirgius has just three games left to win Wimbledon’s men’s singles title.
Kirfa’s final trip was expected when Rafael Nadal played in the semi-finals due to a stomach injury.
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Canberra was awarded a pedestrian victory and will now face World No. 1 Novak Djokovic, who defeated his hometown of Cameron Norine in the semi-finals.
Kyrgyz recorded a 2-0 record with Jokovic and has not conceded a single goal in his two games.
He will be the first Australian to play in the Grand Slam final after Leitton Hewitt at the 2005 Australian Open, and Kirgius will be watching the whole of Australia at Wimbledon.
What time does Wimbledon’s men’s final race begin?
The Wimbledon Men’s Single Finals will begin on Sunday, July 10 at 11 pm AEST.
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