American sixth seed Andy Roddick ended Andy Murray's hopes of winning Wimbledon after beating the British number one in four thrilling sets on Centre Court on Friday.
Third seed Murray was hoping to become the first British man to win the tournament since Fred Perry in 1936, but he was eventually out-gunned by an inspired Roddick who went through 6-4 4-6 7-6 7-6.
Roddick will now face Roger Federer, who has beaten him in their two previous Wimbledon final meetings -- in 2004 and 2005. Federer profile: One of the greatest. Read full article »