The first week of Wimbledon wrapped up with both Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in good shape. Seven-time champion Federer hasn’t dropped a set while Nadal looked back in form after dropping the first set winning 18 of 21 games to close out Mikhail Kukushkin.
Federer and Nadal, who each will have to win four best-of-5 set matches in six days to win the title, are headed to a semifinal showdown in the bottom half while in the top half it could be a rematch of the 2013 final.
Home favorite and defending champ Andy Murray has rolled winning 10 straight matches at Wimbledon. And he’ll play on Center Court the rest of the event ensuring he’ll be on schedule. Novak Djokovic lost one set but more importantly appeared to overcome a left shoulder injury.
Youngsters like Grigor Dimitrov and Milos Raonic are also poised for a breakthrough, but will it come at Wimbledon this year?
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