Novak Djokovic v Roger Federer Wimbledon 2014: New Chelsea signing Cesc Fabregas spotted in the crowd
Midfielder will play for nearby Chelsea next season
Did Cesc Fabregas get the District Line from Fulham Broadway to Wimbledon? Here is the new Chelsea signing enjoying the men's final between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer from the All England Club.
The midfielder moved from Barcelona to Chelsea for £27m last month, after Arsenal decided against using their buy-back option on the 27-year-old, who is now back in London after returning from a woeful World Cup campaign with Spain. The defending champions failed to make it past the group stage.
Other sporting stars watching the final today include David Beckham, Sir Chris Hoy and former Blues striker Andrei Shevchenko.
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Elsewhere, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in attendance for the final in the Royal Box, alongside Hollywood actors Bradley Cooper, Samuel L Jackson, Sean Connery, Thor star Chris Hemsworth and Wolverine himself, Hugh Jackson, who was sporting a dramatic new look.
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