Andy Murray and Roger Federer are set to battle it out today for a spot in the Final.
Murray, who lost to Federer in the 2012 Wimbledon finals, feels he has improved since then.
“I feel like I’m playing better tennis than I was then,” said Murray, who won the title at SW19 in 2013.
He has good cause to think so, having won Federer at the finals in the Olympics later that year.
“I hope I get good support on Friday,” Murray said. “It’s been the case throughout the whole event and every year that I played here.
“Roger’s extremely popular everywhere he goes, so it might not be as partisan a crowd or atmosphere as some matches that I play here.
“But it will still be an excellent atmosphere. I’ll still get a boost from the crowd, I’m sure.”
Federer has not any major trophies since the 2012 finals, but will be wary of Federer, who is a 7-time champion at the All-England Club.
In the other semi-final, defending champion Novak Djokovic plays Richard Gasquet.