Top seed Novak Djokovic said he is looking forward to making more history at Wimbledon this weekend after defeating Cameron Norrie to reach a record 32nd Grand Slam final.

The 35-year-old is aiming to close the gap on 22-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal by winning his seventh Wimbledon title and 21st major title.

The Serbian, who expressed joy at reaching another final, will face Australian Nick Kyrgios in the championship match.

Kyrgios will be competing in his first Grand Slam final.

in his career, the World No. 40 has defeated all four members of the 'Big Four' (Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Andy Murray).

Djokovic is well aware of the challenge Kyrgios will present, as the 27-year-old currently leads the top seed 2-0 in their ATP Head2Head series.

Djokovic said, my experience at this level, playing in the finals against someone who has never played in a Grand Slam final, could work in my favour.

Djokovic said, Kyrgios is a big-match player. If you see his career, the best tennis he's played is always against the top guys.

Djokovic improved his Wimbledon record to 85-10 by defeating Norrie on Centre Court, surpassing Jimmy Connors' 84-18 record.

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