Wimbledon 2019: Charlize Theron shows off her fashion talent in a tailor-made navy suit and Stella McCartney bag for the men's final
Charlize Theron was one of the A-list stars who descended to the men's final on Sunday in Wimbledon.
The actress, 43, cut a stylish figure in a custom-made navy suit while attending the tennis championships the last day.
Together with her mother Gerda Jacoba Aletta Maritz, the couple in the front row got the tense match between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.
Tennis championships: Charlize Theron was one of the A-list stars who traveled to Wimbledon on Sunday for the men's final on Sunday
Charlize combined her two-piece navy with a deep chiffon shirt with V-neck and a sophisticated Stella McCartney bag.
The Long Shot star opted for comfort on her feet with a pair of sneakers and protected her eyes from the sun with black hues.
Flanked by safety, Charlize appeared cheerful as she walked to midfield with her mother.
Amazing: the actress, 43, cut a stylish figure in a custom-made navy suit when she entered the tennis championships for the last day
The actress would have been happy to see how Novak Djokovic defeated Roger Federer in the long-awaited historic final with which he won his fifth Wimbledon title.
& # 39; I think this was the most exciting and exciting final I have ever been in, then it was definitely the top two or three in my career, "Djokovic said.
& # 39; I was against one of the greatest players of all time, Roger, whom I respect a lot. Unfortunately, a player has to lose in matches like this. & # 39;
"It's pretty unreal, to be honest, to score two match points and to come back." It's a bit weird to also play a 12-inch tie-break, I really hoped I could reach the tie-break, "said the champion.
Exciting game: Gina joined her mother Gerda Jacoba Aletta Maritz and the pair got seats in the front row to watch the exciting game between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.
Federer said in his comments after the game that he was disappointed but would regroup and continue with the loss, looking at his wife and their four children who were with her.
& # 39; I'll try to forget. It was a great match, & Federer said. & # 39; It was long, it had everything. I had my chances, so did he. I thought we played fantastic tennis. In a sense I am happy, very happy with my performance. But Novak was great. Congratulations, that was crazy. …
& # 39; I hope to give other people a chance to believe it's not over yet. I feel wonderful. It will take a while to physically recover. I couldn't give anymore. I gave everything I had and I can still stand so that I feel good and I wish the same for the other 37-year-olds. … Back to father and husband. It's all right. & # 39;
The win gives Djokovic his 16th Grand Slam title, while Federer stays on 20, most in the Open Era of a male player.
Exciting: A-list stars would have been happy if Novak Djokovic had been beating Roger Federer in the long-awaited historic final that earned him his fifth Wimbledon title
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