After the first semi is settled, Andy Murray will take on Rafael Nadal in hope of reaching the final winning his first grand slam. It's the second time in a month that the Scot will face Nadal between himself and a place in the final. In fact, the Wimbledon semis last year was the same, as the Scot was defeated by Nadal who went on to beat Tomas Berdych in the finals to claim the title.
Dauntingly, Nadal will be determined not to make life easy for Djokovic, who will oust the Spaniard from the top of the world rankings if he wins against Tsonga, irrespective of how Nadal fares.
Nadal has an 11-4 head-to-head record in favour against the Scot. Both men will be nursing and braving injuries, Nadal having an ankle problem and Murray experience issues in his hip.
Murray told BBC Sport, I feel fine. I'm just looking forward to tomorrow now. I'll do all the right preparation and recovery stuff and try and play my best tomorrow.
On his chances against the defending champion, Murray was optimistic. I believe I can win against him, he said. I had chances last year. I was a break up in the third set, had break point on my serve in the second set - I think there was only one break in the first set. We both played good tennis.
I just have to have a better game plan. Sometimes it comes down to strategy; sometimes it comes down to having experience. I just have to go out there and play well, serve well, and believe I'll have a chance.
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