Brit Cameron Norrie will be hoping to continue his fairytale run at Wimbledon but world no.1 Novak Djokovic stands in his way in the semi-final on Friday at 2:45pm (UK time).
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With the likes of Andy Murray and Emma Raducanu taking part at Wimbledon, no one will have expected Norrie to be the last Brit standing in singles competition at the All England Lawn Tennis Club but the 26-year-old is still there. Despite being ninth seed for the tournament and the British No.1, Norrie isn’t a household name among casual tennis fans, with this Wimbledon being his furthest ever run at a grand slam and the first time he’s made it past the third round.
After dispatching Spaniards Pablo Andujar and Jaume Munar in the first two rounds, Norrie then beat American pair Steve Johnson and Tommy Paul to reach the quarter-finals, dropping just two sets. Last time out, Norrie was taken to five sets for the second time at Wimbledon, having to come from 2-1 down to eventually win 3-6, 7-5, 2-6, 6-3, 7-5.
His reward is a match against world no.1 and tournament favourite Djokovic, who is looking to reach his fourth consecutive Wimbledon final (winning the previous three). But Djokovic hasn’t had it easy at Wimbledon, mixing emphatic wins with a couple of nervy performances. After beating Soon-woo Kwon in the first round, Djokovic did enjoy straight-set victories over Thanasi Kokkinakis and Miomir Kecmanovic.
In the fourth round, Djokovic dropped another set against wildcard Tim van Rijthoven but still managed to get through in four, but the quarter-final brought a real test. Facing 10th seed Jannik Sinner, Djokovic lost the first two sets before taking full control to secure a remarkable comeback 5-7, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2.
The winner will take on Nick Kyrgios after Rafael Nadal had to pull out of their semi-final through injury.