The second match between Federer vs Berdych at centre court in the Wimbledon. Whereas the first game has scheduled for Querrey vs Cilic which started at 1 pm BST, 2 pm CET, 8 am ET. The second semi finals supposed to be as Roger Federer vs Novak Djokovic, but Djokovic retired due to the injury from the quarter finals. So, it will be the game between Federer vs Tomas Berdych. All the leading news channels and Sports TVs are there and updating the match stats from the men’s singles semifinal at the All England Club.
All other top professionals were out from the tournament, except Federer who had more chances to win this grass court tournament. And it is his eighth title and he is the first tennis player in the globe who try to win the eighth title.
Federer said: “I mean, being the favorite or not the favorite doesn’t matter, These other guys are all big hitters. I feel like they will have their word to say about the outcome of the matches.”
“They’ve got big serves, big forehands, big hitters really. All three guys (Berdych, Marin Cilic and Sam Querrey) are taller and stronger than I am. I got to figure out a different way, carve my way through the draw somehow with my slice and my spins, my consistency maybe. I’m looking forward to doing that.”
Berdych said: “I’m probably in the best possible situation I can be right now, I had a pretty good run so far. Yeah, (the Djokovic retirement) I think was a little bonus of all the matches before. That’s just how it is. Really, I cannot be in the better position before the Friday’s match. I experience him in Australia, I thought that the match we played there, I probably never seen him playing better tennis, that’s true.”
“Then I played him in Miami. I almost beat him, had a match point. That was a very close match. So now for the third one, hopefully, this one is lucky for me.”
For Switzerland, SRG is providing the live streaming visual updates. Movistar+ is the official Spain Television, especially for Wimbledon. Fox Sports for Australia. ESPN for the USA and BBC One for the UK.