Only two men have yet to drop a set, Novak Djokovic and Juan Martin
del Potro, but tomorrow one of them will lose three as the other moves
to the final.
They matched each other almost point for
point, game for game yesterday on opposing courts as they fought
through to the semi-final – except that Del Potro went down like a block
of flats in his first game and had to play on a stomach full of
in Wednesday's quarter-final action, Andy Murray will aim to reach his
fifth successive Wimbledon semi-final when he faces unseeded Spaniard
Wimbledon fortnight filled with more than its share of upsets. The men’s two top seeds, however, have not been part of the landslide of eliminations which took out the top three seeds on the women’s side of the draw. Novak Djokovic has progressed through his section of the draw without much difficulty. Coming into the semifinals, the No. 1 seed has not dropped a set. Also surviving into the semifinals is former U.S. Open champion Juan Martin del Potro who’s finally beginning to regain the form that won him a major championship in 2009. The No. 8 seed, del Potro also breezed through, not not dropping a set. Djokovic will be trying for his second Wimbledon Championship after capturing his first during his historic season in 2011. Del Potro will be trying to reach his first championship match at the All England Club. Which man will advance to the final?. Read the following analysis and prediction of their upcoming match.
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