Novak Djokovic used his steady brilliance to beat the ace-delivering, trick-shot-hitting Nick Kyrgios 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (3) on Sunday for a fourth consecutive Wimbledon championship and seventh overall.

"It's weird. I felt like he didn't do anything amazing today,'' said the  unseeded Kyrgios, offering an assessment with which some might not  concur, given that Djokovic accumulated 31 winners and merely eight  unforced errors over the last two sets, while facing zero break points  in that span.

"But he was just so composed. That's what I was just thinking to myself. In big moments, it just felt like he was never rattled.

I feel like that's his greatest strength: He just never looks rattled,"  said Kyrgios, about whom those words likely have not been uttered.

"He just looks completely within himself the whole time.

Didn't look like he was playing over-aggressive, even though it felt like he was playing big.''

Among men, only Roger Federer, with eight, has won more titles at Wimbledon than Djokovic, and only Rafael Nadal owns more major trophies, with 22.

"The more you win, it's logical the more confident, the more comfortable  you feel out there every next time you step out on the court,'' said  the top-seeded Djokovic

who was pleased to hear some spectators at Centre Court chanting his  nickname, "No-le! No-le!'' as he served out the final point of a  tremendously well-played tiebreaker.

"I'm not vaccinated,'' Djokovic said Sunday, "and I'm not planning to get vaccinated.''

Aside from his experience -- 32 Grand Slam final appearances versus one  for Kyrgios -- his skill and his clutch gene shined in the concluding  tiebreaker

and all of those qualities were present for two particularly pivotal games that helped swing the match.