Federer berdych wimbledon 2017
- Roger Federer beats Tomas Berdych in Wimbledon semi-final – as it happened
- Wimbledon 2017: Roger Federer beats Tomas Berdych, faces Marin Cilic in final
- Roger Federer dispatches Tomas Berdych and marches into 11th Wimbledon final
Roger Federer beats Tomas Berdych in Wimbledon semi-final – as it happened
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By Dan Ripley for MailOnline. Be sure to check back tomorrow for all the action but that's all from me here today. Thanks for following and enjoy your weekend. For the first time in 8 years, Roger Federer can win multiple Grand Slam titles in a single year. Large applause greets Federer as he prepares to serve the match and that's followed by a large cheer as he goes up.
Roger Federer is one win from a historic eighth Wimbledon title after beating Czech 11th seed Tomas Berdych in straight sets in the semi-final. He will face Croatia's Marin Cilic on Sunday after the seventh seed beat American 24th seed Sam Querrey () () on.
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Media playback is not supported on this device. Roger Federer is one win from a historic eighth Wimbledon title after beating Czech 11th seed Tomas Berdych in straight sets in the semi-final. The Swiss, 35, won to reach his 11th Wimbledon final, having last won the title in Federer has already added to his lengthy list of achievements by reaching a record 29th Grand Slam final, becoming the second-oldest man to do so after the year-old Ken Rosewall reached the Wimbledon final. Having waited five years to win his 18th major title at this year's Australian Open, Federer could make it 19 only six months later. I can't believe it's almost true again. I'm happy to have a day off to reflect on what I've done at the tournament.
Wimbledon 2017: Roger Federer beats Tomas Berdych, faces Marin Cilic in final
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Roger Federer dispatches Tomas Berdych and marches into 11th Wimbledon final
Please refresh the page and retry. U ncertainty, they say, is the life blood of sport. This may be true in the majority of cases. They just want to see peak Roger: their idol at his most magisterial. It was probably an eight out of ten, maybe climbing to eight-and-a-half. To put it another way, Federer produced more magic in minutes than many players have conjured up in their entire careers.
Federer is hunting down his eighth Wimbledon title but he played down the favourite tag ahead of his clash with Berdych. I feel like they will have their word to say of the outcome of the matches. He has yet to drop a set this years as he looks to become the second oldest man to reach a Wimbledon final in the Open Era. Berdych continues to battle on valiantly out there. He's making Federer work out and it's up to the Swiss to serve it out. Two errors and it's back to Still, this game isn't done yet.
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Following his Wimbledon semi-final loss last season and his six-month layoff last year, Roger Federer had to doubt if he'd ever return to the Wimbledon final. He doesn't need to wonder any longer. The seven-time champion will play in his 11 th final at The Championships after overcoming some big hitting from Czech Tomas Berdych 4 , 4 , on Friday during their semi-final. Federer will meet seventh seed Marin Cilic , who beat No. But the Croatian held three match points during that match and has beaten Federer in the latter stages of a Grand Slam. The 6'6" right-hander upset Federer in the US Open semi-finals.
Katy Murrells at Wimbledon. Fri 14 Jul Updated at 7. Federer's 27 sets from R1 in Halle to the Wimbledon Finals: 63 61 76 64 63 64 64 76 61 63 63 30 76 63 62 76 64 64 64 62 64 64 62 76 76 76 Thought Berdych played very well but Roger Federer too strong.
Fourteen years after making his Grand Slam breakthrough on Centre Court, Roger Federer will return to the most famous stage in tennis on Sunday in search of the ultimate Wimbledon record. At 35 years and days Federer will be the second oldest man in the Open era to play in the final here after Ken Rosewall, who was runner-up in at 39 years and days. Federer will be playing in his 29th Grand Slam final on Sunday, which is seven more than any other man has contested, while his 11th Wimbledon singles final will take him four clear of any other man. The win over Berdych was his 90th at Wimbledon, which is a record for the Open era and 32 more than any other active player. However, no statistic can convey the brilliance with which Federer is rewriting the history books just a month short of his 36th birthday.