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Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic win again at Wimbledon — with disco dance

They won the top titles at Wimbledon, but Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic found a way to win over the hearts of fans even more.
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They won the top titles at Wimbledon (and a whole lot more), but Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic found a way to win over the hearts of fans even more when they took the stage Sunday night for the Champions' Dinner.

Rather than just dress up and dine at the gala, the tennis greats got down and danced.

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Dancing at the Wimbledon Champions' Dinner was once a tradition for the singles winners, until a change in venue in 1977 resulted in a change in the custom.

Arthur Ashe, Billie Jean King at Wimbledon Ball
Tennis greats Arthur Ashe and Billie Jean King danced at the Wimbledon Ball in 1975.The LIFE Images Collection/Getty

But Djokovic decided it was time to bring it back, and his partner approved. However, she didn't approve of the music he planned.

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"I was thinking more of a waltz or something, I would say, more sophisticated, something that blends in, in the environment and the beautiful hall where we had the dinner yesterday," he explained during a Monday news conference at the All England Club. "But Serena wanted to move a little bit more, so then we considered other options and 'Night Fever' came to life."

Day Thirteen: The Championships - Wimbledon 2015
LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 12: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY - NO COMMERCIAL USEAGE) Serena Williams of the United States and Novak Djokovic of Serbia dance on stage at the Champions Dinner at the Guild Hall on day thirteen of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 12, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Thomas Lovelock - AELTC Pool/Getty Images)Pool / Getty Images

Appropriately enough, the Bee Gees disco hit came out the same year the Wimbledon dance tradition died off. What a way to bring it back!

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