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Berdych faces 'greatest of them all' Federer in last four

14 Julio 2017

Novak Djokovic of Serbia comes in as the heavy favorite to win his Quarterfinal match against Tomas Berdych of Czech Republic. He's the real sleeper in in this draw; his serve has been excellent and should his powerful baseline hitting be on song, he could prove too much for Querrey.

Nadal adapted quite brilliantly from clay to grass in a short space of time to win Wimbledon at only his fourth attempt.

"There was nobody better in the past - I think he's the greatest of them all".

One thing that did cause Djokovic concern was the appearance of what he called a "hole" in the middle of the court near the service line.

Murray is bidding to make his eighth Wimbledon semi-final in the last nine years and is playing in his 10th straight quarter-final at the tournament. The Muller outlasted Nadal in a thrilling five set match, 6-3, 6-4, 3-6, 4-6, 15-13 to book his Quarterfinal slot.

Count Federer among those shrugging at the quartet's success so far this fortnight, with only one set dropped among the lot.

Following a period in which Djokovic, then current No. 1 Murray overtook Federer and Nadal in the rankings, and started regularly appearing in - and winning - major finals, the latter two have reasserted themselves.

Murray certainly wasn't amused by the chuckle from the press at him pointing out that women's tennis exists, looking annoyed and grumbling at the scrum's reaction.

"To beat Andy, to have it be at Wimbledon, was even a little more special". Meanwhile, third seed Roger Federer-the favourite for many-will follow Murray on Centre Court in what promises to be a fascinating clash with 2016 runner-up Milos Raonic.

Kyle Sinckler was spotted getting entangled with TJ Perenara and Ardie Savea after the 24-21 loss in Wellington. "But it's not about six months or whatnot".

"It is just the change from Roland Garros to Wimbledon is very soon".

He's felt fear coming off the stands in waves that their hero's battered body's about to conk out. "But of course I was surprised".

Murray has previously said that having a female coach, Amélie Mauresmo, with whom he's since mutually parted ways, opened his eyes to the double standards women in athletics face. In the final set, we all expected the ruthless battle to continue. "Well done #Konta! Now let's all get behind Jamie Murray #wimbledon17".

"They've won the first two grand slams at the start of this year, so I think for Andy Murray that's certainly not something that you would think he was thinking of taking a long break". He admits himself it's hard to explain how it happens. While on the other hand, Marin Cilic had a pretty easy job until the quarter-finals where he beat the Nadal's conqueror Gilles Muller. It was his admissions of corruption that set off a global scandal that ultimately toppled FIFA President Sepp Blatter.

Berdych faces 'greatest of them all' Federer in last four