Wimbledon, England: Novak Djokovic stood holding the surprisingly heavy winner's trophy, the silver, two-handled urn presented to the man who wins the Wimbledon singles title. Underneath his fingers, Roger Federer's name had been etched as many times as anyone else's. (Also read: No storybook finish, but hope for more chapters)
"The All England Lawn Tennis Club Single Handed Championship of the World," the inscription on the cup reads. (Also read: Thank you Roger for letting me win, says Djokovic)
But Djokovic's name was soon etched on it, too, for a second time, following a topsy-turvy five-set championship that Djokovic had in hand, then let slip, then clutched again.