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By Saj Chowdhury, Harry Poole, Becky Grey, Alex Bysouth and Frank Keogh

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  1. Bye!

    Wednesday, 10th July. The day the MurRena run was ended.

    There's still plenty to look forward to at Wimbledon, though. We'll be back tomorrow for the women's semi-finals. Until then, here's a few things to keep you going.

    A graphic showing Svitolina v Halep and Williams v Strycova are Thursday's semi-finals
    A graphic showing Thursday's TV times: 11:00-20:30 BBC Red Button, 11:00-20:30 Connected TV, BBC Sport website & app 12:00-17:30 BBC Radio 5 Live 12:30-20:00 BBC Two 13:45-18:00 BBC One 20:00-21:00 BBC Two

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    Video caption: Five best shots from Novak Djokovic's big win over David Goffin

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    Video caption: 'MurRena' crash out in the third round - best shots

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    Video caption: Federer through to the semi-finals as Nishikori becomes his 100th Wimbledon victim

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    Video caption: 'He's fooled him!' - Nadal thrilled with break point
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    Julie Long: So glad I'm not working Friday

    JJUTD: Wish they met in the final instead but lets gooooo

    its_me_axad: This is the match that every tennis lover cannot hate, two legends of the sport and no matter who you support it's always a pleasure to see two of them sharing the same court

  3. Back in '07...

    Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal after the men's singles final in 2017

    Remember 2007, when Djokovic, Federer and Nadal last all made the semi-finals at Wimbledon?

    Well a lot has changed since then.

    Centre Court has a roof. Nadal's long locks have gone. And Federer's natty white court suit has been mothballed.

    But the sport's holy trinity of Roger, Rafa and Novak remains a welcome constant.

    It's hard to imagine life at SW19 without them...

  4. Post update

    So here is what the men's semi-finals will look like.


    A graphic showing it will be Djokovic v Bautista Agut and Nadal v Federer in the semi-finals
  5. 'I'm excited to play Roger'

    Querrey 5-7 2-6 2-6 Nadal

    Rafael Nadal celebrates

    Rafael Nadal, speaking to BBC TV: "Quick or not quick, I am happy to be in semi-final after a match against a very good opponent.

    "I am very happy with way I played it. It was dangerous on serve in the first set but then I played great, the serve started to work better and better and, yeah, very pleased."

    On fellow Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut also making the last four: "Very happy for him, he is a player who deserves something like this. He is amazing, how strong and passionate he is about this game. Very special for Spanish tennis."

    And on facing Roger Federer in the semi-final: "It's great, difficult to imagine to be again in that situation but here we are. I am excited about the victory for today, but excited to play Roger again at Wimbledon after such a long time."

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    Alex Haworth: Thank you sporting gods.

    Charlene Beedie: And there we have it.....we have a Federer Nadal semi-final. Yeeeesss. Game on.

    Luke Davies: The dream Semi-Final awaits! The two greatest of all time, can’t wait!

  7. Post update

    Querrey 5-7 2-6 2-6 Nadal

    For the first time in history, there will be two Spaniards in the Wimbledon semi-finals.

    Rafael Nadal and Roberto Bautista Agut.

  8. 'The semi-final everyone wanted'

    Querrey 5-7 2-6 2-6 Nadal

    Andrew Castle

    BBC Sport tennis commentator at Wimbledon

    Rafael Nadal has set up the semi-final every neutral wanted to see.

    He's in phenomenal form.

    It will be a seventh Wimbledon semi-final, and it will be against Roger Federer - in a rivalry that has defined the last 15 years or so.

    Rafael Nadal celebrates victory
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    Querrey 5-7 2-6 2-6 Nadal

    The crowd whoops and whistles as Nadal takes his top off and swaps it for a jacket.

    Querrey gets plenty of applause as he leaves the court, stopping to sign a few autographs on the way.

  10. Game, set and match Nadal

    Querrey 5-7 2-6 2-6 Nadal

    Nadal roars and pumps both his fists. That is going to be some semi-final.

    Querrey leaves the third seed plenty of space and Nadal whacks a backhand winner into it.

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    Video caption: Nadal's win over Querrey sends him through to the semi-final against Federer
  11. Post update

    Querrey 5-7 2-6 2-5 Nadal*

    Ace. Two match points.

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    Querrey 5-7 2-6 2-5 Nadal*

    Querrey angles a rapid backhand past Nadal... oh wait not past, this is Rafa Nadal. The Spaniard gets there and pops the ball back over into the open court. 30-15.

  13. Nadal serving for the match

    Querrey 5-7 2-6 2-5 Nadal*

    A big serve from Nadal is met with a long return from Querrey. 15-0.

    The Spaniard then serves and volleys but whacks the ball into the net cord. Oops. 15-15.

  14. Post update

    Querrey 5-7 2-6 2-5 Nadal*

    Fair play to Querrey, he's not capitulating.

    Nadal can't return a serve out wide and goes 40-0 down.

    Another ace, his 122nd of the tournament, and the world number 65 holds.

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    *Querrey 5-7 2-6 1-5 Nadal

    Querrey does Nadal a favour, hitting a backhand long.

    The Spaniard serves and sets himself up an easy forehand winner. One game from victory.

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    Querrey 5-7 2-6 1-4 Nadal*

    Wait a minute... that door is open again.

    Nadal's forehand is way wide of the mark. Deuce.

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    Querrey 5-7 2-6 1-4 Nadal*

    Querrey pries the door ajar as he goes 15-0 up, but then slams it shut as he hits the ball into the net.

    A Rafa ace makes it 30-15.

    Someone in the crowd shouts "let's go Roger". Luckily Nadal is about to seal his place in the Wimbledon semi-finals so is in a pretty good mood. He laughs it off.

  18. Nadal breaks

    Querrey 5-7 2-6 1-4 Nadal*

    That is surely the final nail.

    Nadal hits a forehand winner past Querrey and is two games away.

    Sam Querrey