Federer shakes hands and embraces Willis after winning the match.
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Roger Federer was not about to let this feel-good story spoil his own Wimbledon.Willis did give Federer some trouble with his unorthodox game, using a single-handed backhand slice, angled drop shots and lobs.Federer enjoyed the moment, too, letting Willis walk onto the court ahead of him, giving him a warm pat and embrace at the net at the end the match, and walking off with him.Djokovic hasn't lost a Grand Slam match since falling to Stan Wawrinka in the 2015 French Open final.
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