He closes it out with an ace. Grand Slam number 19 and Wimbledon number 8 for Roger Federer.
Cilic was just no match for the Swiss champion today. Federer wins the Wimbledon without dropping a set. It's been 14 years since he first won it in 2003. And he's still there, dominating men's tennis this year, at the age of 35 like it's no big deal.
Federer can smell the Championship.
He's two sets and a break up on Cilic now.
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Federer had three break points in that service game. But Cilic made good use of his height and power to save each one of them. Leads 2-1.
Can he keep the intensity going?
FYI, BBC will be revealing the 13th actor to play Doctor Who after this match.
Although, Goran cried in 2001 and won the title that very year.
Cilic finally has something going his way as he holds his first service game in the third set at 15. Lead 1-0
"Waving that Wilson wand like only he can"
Pretty anti-climactic final this until now. Can Cilic come up with something special?
Just a quick stat to help you understand how dominant Federer has been on his serve. He has won 86% of his first serve points and an even more incredible 100% second serve points.
He's just one set away. Federer is just one set away from history. He holds at love and sends a serve down the T to close out the second set.
It's looking like the end of the road for Cilic. Federer had two break point opportunities in the game, converted the second to lead 5-1. Will now serve for the set.
The Duke and the Dutchess of Cambridge are at the Centre Court to watch the King of Wimbledon in action.
After getting some consultation from the trainer, Cilic manages to hold his serve. Gets on board in the second set. Down 1-3 now.
Cilic looks like he is in a lot of pain. Getting some medical attention on the court.
Celeb spotting continues at Wimbledon
Federer is pushing Cilic out here. He's broken the Croat in his first service game to lead 2-0 in the second set. Cilic needs to come up with something special if he wants to stay in the match.
And Federer keeps the momentum going. He holds at love to keep Cilic on the ropes. His first serve percentage has been an incredible 75% today.
36 minutes into the match, Federer breaks Cilic again and converts his second set point to take the first set 6-3.
Yes, that is Marin Cilic's box. You can't blame them, though. It's hard not to be a Federer fan.
From now on, every time Federer steps on the Centre Court in the future would be a record. Sounds about right!
Cilic had the first break point, Federer has the first break. Cilic was 0-40 down and then just had too much ground to cover. Saved two break points, but Federer converted on the third.
The game also had this incredible backhand from Federer
Can he consolidate now?
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Looks like Federer is getting into the groove here. Has an easy service game where he holds at love.
4-2 now in the first set.
Cilic gets the first break point of the match. But Federer saves it. And then sends a second serve right into Cilic's body to win the game after being 30-40 down.
2-2 in the first set.
The Centre Court has some popular guests today. And some not-so-popular ones too.
This is how the finalists have fared so far in the Championships
Both players have begun with fairly good return games. Getting three points each on the opponents' serve. Is this the signs of nerves early on?
Cilic holds, but not before some resistance from Federer. The game went to deuce, but Cilic did manage to get it done. Federer would be happy with the way things have begun.
If Federer wins it, it will be an unprecedented eighth title for the Swiss.
The last time these two met at Wimbledon, this happened
Federer came back from two sets down to win the match. He even saved match points in the fourth set.
And it's the last day of Wimbledon 2017. 128 gentlemen had entered the draw. Only two remain. One of them is greatest tennis player of all time. Roger Federer would look to add another chapter to his already glorious career. He is in his 11th Wimbledon final, and ould be looking to improve Pete Sampras' record of winning 7 titles at the grass court Grand Slam. Federer has reached the final without dropping a set. and looks set to win the trophy which he last won 5 years ago.
Across the net from his would be Marin Cilic, who was two sets up against Federer at Wimbledon last year, but somehow just couldn't win. He has a win against Federer though, at the US Open in 2014. But this year, Federer is much more confident, and more significantly, much more fearless. Can the Croat survive a Federer attack? We'll find out soon.