It was only 14 years ago when Roger Federer beat Mark Philippoussis for his first Wimbledon title, and on Sunday he made history winning his 8th title against Marin Cilic.
Marin Cilic avoided some major obstacles at Wimbledon and will now face off with Sam Querrey, who defeated Andy Murray on Wednesday.
Two of the top tennis stars got knocked out of Wimbledon on Wednesday due, in part, to injuries. Both Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray fought through the pain to get to the semi-finals, but it just wasn't possible.
Novak Djokovic wasn't going to let a shoulder injury or intense scrutiny into his marriage affect his match against Adrian Mannarino.
The grass is not always greener on the other side of the court at Wimbledon this year as numerous players are taking a tumble on the normally lush greens.
King of Clay, Rafael Nadal pushed hard against Gilles Muller at Wimbledon, but even after a fifth set, he just ran out of gas.
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Wimbledon Centre Court crowds weren't the only ones frustrated when both opponents for Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic quit after 40 minutes of play, both with injuries.
All eyes are on Andy Murray analyzing if he'll be able to continue on at Wimbledon as he has been repeatedly seen limping off the court after practice.