Tom Cruise, 60, blows a kiss to adoring fans as he arrives to watch Novak Djokovic triumph over Nick Kyrgios in the Wimbledon men’s singles final
Tom Cruise was in good spirits as he arrived at Wimbledon on Sunday to watch Novak Djokovic triumph over Nick Kyrgios in the men’s singles final.
The 60-year-old actor waved to fans from a balcony before blowing them a kiss as they snapped the star at the sporting event.
He looked dapper in a blue suit teamed with a different shade of satin tie of the same color and a crisp white shirt.
Greeting his crowd: Tom Cruise, 60, was in good spirits when he arrived to watch Novak Djokovic triumph over Nick Kyrgios in Sunday’s men’s singles final at Wimbledon
The Mission: Impossible star was seen surrounded by excited members of the catering staff as he greeted his audience.
He watched Novak Djokovic win his seventh Wimbledon title and fourth in a row by coming from behind to beat Nick Kyrgios on Center Court.
The unseeded Aussie Kyrgios went from being laser-focused to being terribly distracted, sometimes arguing with his box, the referee and the crowd.
Star power: The actor waved to fans from a balcony before blowing them a kiss as they snapped the star at the sporting event
Amidst all this, No. 1 Djokovic displayed exceptional consistency, making just 17 unforced errors in three hours and one minute to clinch the title 4-6 6-3 6-4 7-6.
The 35-year-old Serb now has 21 Grand Slam titles, one more than Roger Federer and one less than Rafael Nadal.
It comes after Tom and Miles Teller were revealed to have been in talks about a Top Gun: Maverick sequel.
In style: He looked dapper in a blue suit teamed with a satin tie in a different shade of the same color and a crisp white shirt
Hollywood heavyweight: The Mission: Impossible star was surrounded by excited members of the catering staff as he greeted his audience
A-Lister: The star appeared in good spirits as he waved to the contestants on the final day of the tournament
Success: Tom beamed from ear to ear as he watched Novak Djokovic take home his seventh Wimbledon title
Actor Miles, 35, teamed up with Tom this year for a sequel to Tom’s 1986 film and Miles admitted he would love to do another.
He told ET: “That would be great, but that’s entirely up to TC. It all depends on Tom. I’ve had a few conversations with him about it. We will see.
“It was just such a wild ride for him to share Top Gun with me and a lot of these other young actors, and it still is.”
Winner: Novak Djokovic won his seventh Wimbledon title by defeating Australian Nick Kyrgios
Track record: No. 1 seeded Djokovic showed a consistent performance to claim the title 4-6 6-3 6-4 7-6
back for more? Miles Teller Reveals He’s “In Talks” With Tom Cruise About A Top Gun Sequel; pictured in Seoul in June 2022
In the sequel, Tom reprises his role as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell from the original, while Miles Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw, son of Anthony Edwards’ character Goose from the first film.
Top Gun: Maverick also stars Jennifer Connelly, Val Kilmer, Glen Powell, Jon Hamm and Monica Barbaro.
And Top Gun: Maverick director Joseph Kosinski hasn’t ruled out a new film.
He previously said: “For Tom, it’s all about the story, and if we can figure out a way to tell what Maverick’s up to next, who knows.”
So fly! Top Gun: Maverick is the most successful of Tom’s career and the first of his films to break the $1 billion mark at the global box office