When the last ball is struck at the All England Club each year, it means one thing for all the winners: the champions dinner.

Novak Djokovic and Angelique Kerber basked in their achievements on Sunday night, even sharing a traditional dance together. The two have won majors together before, both winning the 2016 Australian Open. 

Though they didn't get Djokovic requested song, "Lady in Red," it still went really well. Djokovic has been part of the celebratory tradition three times before, while it was Kerber's first Wimbledon title, and third overall. 


LOVE. ❤️ #wimbledon #champion

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The two singles stars looked flawless on their big night. Djokovic was joined by his wife, Jelena, who's been with him since long before he won his first of 13 Grand Slams. 

It wasn't only about singles though, as the junior, wheelchair and doubles winners were all also celebrated. Mike Bryan, whose brother Bob is out with a hip injury, attended the event for the first time with a different partner, Jack Sock.

Czechs Katerina Siniakova and Barbora Krejčíková won the doubles title over Nicole Melichar and Kveta Peschke. The duo also just won the French Open crown together.


Champions’ Dinner ???? Congratulations to all of the champs of #Wimbledon 2018 ????????

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The champions dinner effectively closes what was a wild fortnight in London.