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By Mike Henson, Harry Poole, Becky Grey and Emma Sanders

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  1. More to come this weekend

    Williams v Halep

    The excitement isn't over yet, of course.

    We'll be back tomorrow for what promises to be an epic final between Serena Williams and Simona Halep.

    Williams is looking to equal the all-time record of 24 Grand Slam titles. No pressure, then. Have a read of the preview here.

    See you tomorrow!

    Serena Williams v Simona Halep graphic showing head-to-head wins 9 v 1 Grand Slam titles 23 v 1 Wimbledon titles 7 v 0
  2. 'We are not done'

    Sonia Oxley

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    Nadal was asked (as he put it for the 1,000th time) about the rivalry between himself, Federer and Djokovic.

    "It has been another episode this afternoon - it was not my day," he said.

    "But we are not done."

    (So, plenty more for us to look forward to then!)

  3. 'Phenomenal returning'

    Pat Cash

    Former Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 Live Sport

    The crucial thing for Djokovic is his serve because it was phenomenal returning from Federer today. If he can do that against Djokovic, he'll force Djokovic to hit a lot of shots.

    Djokovic has given Federer a beating a couple of times and he'll be wary of that. On a grass court, the way Federer played today, I would have him favourite.

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    Who's excited for Sunday then?

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    BBC Two

    If you missed Novak Djokovic's victory earlier, you can catch highlights on Today at Wimbledon on BBC Two.

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    Tahir Khan: Thank you Federer and Nadal. It has been an honour to witness such an amazing level of tennis year after year and am sure few more in our lifetime.

    Abul Kalam: So it's Djokovic vs the world in the Wimbledon final. Good luck!!

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    Russell Fuller

    BBC tennis correspondent on Radio 5 live

    It's just staggering. Nobody has really shown this sort of longevity - not at this level anyway. The only thing that slightly concerns me was that he admitted he was exhausted at the beginning of his interview. That must have delighted Novak Djokovic!

  8. Well done Roger, says Rafa

    Sonia Oxley

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    Rafael Nadal is in his news conference at the moment and has been gracious in defeat.

    "I had my chances but he played a little bit better than me," he said. "He played aggressive, he played a great match, well done.

    "His return was better than mine this afternoon, I didn’t receive well today and when that happens he has the advantage and is in control of the match generally.

    "I think my backhand wasn’t as good as in previous rounds. I was a bit worried about it and was not able to move with freedom with it."

  9. A few of today's highlights

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    Video caption: Best shots as Lapthorne & Alcott win the quad wheelchair doubles title

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    Video caption: Highlights: Djokovic reaches Wimbledon finals after four set victory over Agut

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    Video caption: Federer and Nadal produce three thrilling points in gripping semi-final
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    Tim Henman

    Former British number one on BBC TV at Wimbledon

    Historically we've seen Nadal dominate when he extends the rallies. At 37, Federer - you felt - might get tired but it was just phenomenal.

    Nadal was always playing catch up. Federer on his serve was always up 15-love you felt, Nadal was never really up love-15 and able to get the crowd on side.

    It was surprising how aggressive and how consistent Federer was.

    On the back of that performance, it's going to be very interesting to start thinking about the dynamics of the final.

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    Marion Bartoli

    Former Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 Live Sport

    The level was so high, especially towards the end when Rafa put an extra bit into his game. The match reached other heights. It is incredible to see those two players on any court in the world but especially that one because of the history they have.

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    Down to the final two.

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    Pat Cash

    Former Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 Live Sport

    We knew there wasn't going to be much in this. I think it's fair that Federer gets the edge on his favourite surface.

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    Roger Federer is something else.

    He's just left Centre Court after playing an emotionally-draining Wimbledon semi-final of such unbelievably high intensity and yet looks as cool as a cucumber.

    Not a hair out of place for the great man.

    Roger Federer leaves Centre Court
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    Orry Jardine: Unbelievable match, we’re so lucky to see these 2 legends play at the same time. Unlikely to see anyone like them again.

    Karl Bristow: Sometimes it feels like the game needs young stars to come through. But when you watch a high quality match like that, you want Federer vs Nadal at Wimbledon forever.

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    Tim Henman

    Former British number one on BBC TV at Wimbledon

    Nadal dug his toes in, he knew he had to make Federer serve it out. We know they're both very resilient players.

    What surprised me was when the rallies extended out, it was Federer who was coming out on top. He was driving in, looking to finish the points at the net, and for three of four sets it was a masterclass from Federer.

    Rafael Nadal leaves court
  17. 'Novak was supreme'

    Nadal 6-7 (3-7) 6-1 3-6 4-6 Federer

    More from Roger Federer speaking to BBC on his final opponent Novak Djokovic:

    "He played great against Bautisa Agut. Novak was supreme. He is the defending champion and has showed why. He has been rock-solid.

    "I hope I can push him to the brink and hopefully beat him but it's going to be very difficult. I'm very excited to say the least."

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    Anita: I don't know if I would love tennis as much if it wasn't for Roger and Rafa. What a fantastic match. Thank you both for a great Friday evening!

    Philip West: Federer has just laid the ghosts of 2008 to rest, and if that’s the final time he and Nadal play each other at #Wimbledon, what a match to close it out.

    Rafael Nadal takes the applause of Centre Court