In an epic match, Novak Djokovic narrowly beat Roger Federer on Sunday to claim his fifth Wimbledon championship. The grueling game saw the first ever fifth-set tiebreaker in the tournament final, won by Djokovic 7-3. A 12-12 tiebreaker cap was instituted after last year’s tournament, when a semifinal fifth-set ended 26-24, in order to give players a more definitive finish time. Nevertheless, Sunday’s matchup was the longest for any Wimbledon final, lasting nearly five hours. Djokovic’s win is his fifth-straight victory over Federer and also his fifth-straight in Grand Slam play. The last time Federer defeated Djokovic in one of the four major tournaments was in the semifinals of Wimbledon in 2012.