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Wimbledon Men's Semifinals

Updated 1733 GMT (0133 HKT) July 4, 2014
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Novak Djokovic arrived on Centre Court hoping to make it through to the Wimbledon final for the second year in succession. The Serb, who won the title in 2011, was beaten by Andy Murray 12 months ago. Jan Kruger/Getty Images
Grigor Dimitrov defeated defending champion Murray to reach his first every grand slam semifinal. Clive Brunskill/Getty Images
Maria Sharapova, who won the ladies singles title 10 years ago, was in attendance to cheer on Dimitrov. Clive BrunskillGetty Images
Boris Becker, a former Wimbledon champion himself, has been coaching Novak Djokovic since December 2013. Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty Images
The 23-year-old struggled in the opening set with Djokovic dominating proceedings. The Serb star, ranked second in the world, took the set 6-4 in 27 minutes to take control of the contest. Carl Court/AFP/Getty Images
Dimitrov suffered an early setback in the second set, losing his serve as Djokovic threatened to overrun the Bulgarian. But Dimitrov hit back, finally finding his feet and winning the set 6-3 to level the match. Clive Brunskill/Getty Images
Djokovic, who was taken to five sets in his quarterfinal by Croatia's Marin Cilic, recovered in the third set. The six-time grand slam champion won it on a tiebreak 7-2. Carl Court/AFP/Getty Images
It was close, but there was no need for five sets here. Djokovic saved three set points in the fourth set tie-break before closing out to ensure another Wimbledon final appearance. Jan Kruger/Getty Images
Djokovic and Dimitrov embrace at the end of their Wimbledon semifinal match. Clive Brunskill/Getty Images
Djokovic knows he will face either Roger Federer or Milos Raonic in Sundays final. The Swiss arrived on court in imperious mood, breaking Raonic early on and taking the first set 6-4. Jan Kruger/Getty Images
Milos Raonic serves during the first set his semifinal encounter with Roger Federer at Wimbledon. The young Canadian showed nerves early on but steadied as the first set went on. CARL COURT/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
Prince Andrew graces Centre Court with is royal presence, although he looks less than impressed. Clive Brunskill/Getty Iamges
Not quite so Royal but not quite so unimpressed. Bradley Cooper watches on with his girlfriend, British model Suki Waterhouse. FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
Things didn't improve much for Raonic in the second set. The 23-year-old dropped serve for the second the match during the ninth game. Al Bello/Getty Images
Federer went on to serve out the set and take a 2-0 lead going into the third. Al Bello/Getty Images
As went the second, so did the third. Federer broke Raonic at 4-4 meaning he would have the chance to serve out the match at reach the Wimbledon final for a tenth time. Al Bello/Getty Image
Was there ever any doubt? Federer takes the acclaim after serving out to ensure a 6-4 6-4 6-4 victory in one hour and 41 minutes. He will now face Novak Djokovic in Sunday's final. Al Bell/Getty Images