Roger Federer is set to match up against Novak Djokovic on Sunday’s Wimbledon final.
Federer recorded a straight-sets victory over Andy Murray 7-5, 7-5 6-4, in Friday’s semifinal to reach what is his 10th Wimbledon finals.
The Swiss legend continues his record of never losing a Wimbledon semi-final, and will be hoping to set a new world record with 8 Wimbledon titles.
“It was definitely one of the best serving days of my career, for sure,” Federer said after the match.
Murray had special praise for his opponent after the match, hailing his longevity and impact in the sport.
“Very few players have been able to play great tennis into their 30s, I don’t know if anyone has played as well as Roger at his age,” the Olympic gold winner said.
“Federer has earned all the support he gets. Everywhere in the world. All losses hurt, especially in the major events. Here it’s always tough.”
Federer would be up against Novak Djokovic, who had an easy time making the final too.
Djokovic beat Richard Gasquet 7-6 (2), 6-4, 6-4,and will be looking to defend his title, which he won against Federer last year.
Federer is optimistic about his chances of beating the World number 1, and will be looking for revenge.
“I know how I can beat him but this is a different occasion. I really hope I can get this one,” the 17-time Grand Slam champion revealed.