Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios will produce "fireworks" at Wimbledon 2022.

Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios will produce "fireworks" at Wimbledon 2022.

It will come down to Novak Djokovic, a six-time winner, and Nick Kyrgios for the Wimbledon crown.

With his 21st major triumph, Djokovic can pass Rafael Nadal and reach a record-tying 32nd grand slam final.

Kyrgios, ranked No. 40 in the world, is competing in his first grand slam final and has a shot at becoming Australia's newest major champion.

Both of their prior encounters—which Kyrgios has won—took place in 2017, a year in which Djokovic was hampered by injuries and lack of desire.

Djokovic understands it might be nine months before he can play another grand slam due to his unwillingness to be vaccinated against COVID-19, U.S. restrictions, and his ban from Australia.

He's won 59% of points on his opponent's second serve, demonstrating his pressure.

He averages 24 aces a match, more than half of his first serves aren't returned, and he's broken just six times. If so, he'll have a chance against Djokovic.