It is men’s semi-final day at Wimbledon as the last four will be whittled down to two on Centre Court.
Defending champion Novak Djokovic takes on Roberto Bautista Agut while great rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal also go head-to-head.
Here, PA previews the 11th day of action.
Novak Djokovic v Roberto Bautista Agut
Roger Federer v Rafael Nadal
Andy Lapthorne and Australian partner Dylan Alcott play the quad wheelchair doubles final on Court 14 at 11am. Alfie Hewitt and Gordon Reid are in wheelchair doubles action, while Jordanne Whiley is playing alongside Japan’s Yui Kamiji in the ladies’ wheelchair doubles. Arthur Fery and Toby Samuel play their boys’ doubles quarter-final, as do Jacob Fearnley and Connor Thomson.
There is only one ticket in town, the blockbuster semi-final between Federer and Nadal, incredibly their first meeting here since the epic 2008 final which the Spaniard won, 9-7 in the fifth set. Federer, now 37, will be hoping for a quick kill but if it goes the distance, Nadal will fancy his chances of moving a step closer to a third title.
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