Wimbledon men's final: Roger Federer v Marin Cilic as it happens
Federer will take on Cilic (Picture: Getty/Metro.co.uk)

On the final day of Wimbledon 2017, Roger Federer will take on Marin Cilic with the chance of making history in the men’s singles.

British tennis star Jordanne Whiley wins final to maintain incredible Wimbledon record

The seven-time champion at the All England Club is looking to become the most successful male at the championships by winning his eighth title here, while adding a 19th Grand Slam title to his collection.

For Cilic, he’s looking to follow in the footsteps of his idol Goran Ivanisevic and become the second Croatian man to win the title here and secure a second major crown, after lifting the US Open in 2014.

So who will win? We’ll be following all the action here and keep you posted with all the goings on…

TODAY’S TOP STORIES…


Simon Rice
July 16, 20172:15 pm

Federer 0-1 Cilic

A slightly nervy start from both players with a few shots going array. But after going to deuce Cilic ultimately holds serve.


Simon Rice
July 16, 20172:10 pm

Build-up…

The consensus would seem to be that Federer is going to win this in four sets. Both Tim Henman and Boris Becker suggest that will be the case – although the latter suggests it could even go to five. 

The match has just started with Cilic serving.


Simon Rice
July 16, 20172:03 pm

Build-up…

Both players are out now out on Centre Court and watching on are the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Cilic chooses tales at the toss, loses and Federer elects to receive. 


Simon Rice
July 16, 20171:50 pm
As well as having Sue Barker in stitches, John McEnroe has made his prediction for the final. The American is backing Roger Federer in four sets.

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Build-up…

As well as having Sue Barker in stitches, John McEnroe has made his prediction for the final. The American is backing Roger Federer in four sets.


Simon Rice
July 16, 20171:49 pm

Women’s final…

We’re hoping for a special final here today but in case you missed it yesterday’s performance from Garbine Muguruza to deny Venus Williams a record-breaking victory was out of the top drawer.

Here’s out take on that final.


Simon Rice
July 16, 20171:47 pm

British success..

We have a British winner in the Wimbledon women’s wheelchair doubles.

Congratulations Jordanne Whiley!


Simon Rice
July 16, 20171:46 pm

Build-up…

Federer is already considered the Greatest Of All Time – but what he’s doing right now at the age of 35 is just incredible.

Here’s the story of how he returned to the top and why it will cement his place in history even more.


George Bellshaw
July 16, 20171:33 pm

Wimbledon men's final: Roger Federer v Marin Cilic as it happens
Welcome to men’s final day live here from the All England Club.

Will it be Roger making history? Or can the man pictured above cause a huge upset?